Ludmilla Jaquet Stokke

Domestic Shorthair
Picture of Ludmilla Jaquet Stokke, a female Domestic Shorthair

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Home:Oslo, Oslo, Norway  
Age: 21 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 17 lbs.

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Milly, Milly Dilly, Dillybar, Dilda, Piglet

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Quick Bio:
-cat rescue

Black and White

Snoozing on mommy's lap, or on a chair.

Being thrown off said lap. The phone ringing

Favorite Toy:
A carina catnip mouse

Favorite Nap Spot:
Mommy's lap, or on a chair.

Favorite Food:
Anything it seems. She loves cheese.

Stealth eating. I never see her eat, and yet she must judging by her size.


Arrival Story:
I had 2 cats, brothers. I didn't want any more cats. My house was pretty harmonious. 2 seemed to be the magic number. Then I saw an add in the paper-in the wrong section. I never read the animal section, it upsets me too much. But this was in under house contents. It simply read. " I have to give away my dearest possession, I have to give away my cat Ludmilla" I almost choked. My mom had also noticed the ad, and said that it had been running for several days. I decided to call because I was worried. The owner, Paul, had had a few phone calls, but no one wanted her. They didn't know if they wanted long or shorthair, or a lady or a man, or anything. I agreed to come and see her, but as I told him. I have to talk to my two guy cats. I couldn't imagine this was what they had in mind. He later told me that was when he knew I had to have Ludmilla. I got there, and it turned out he was very ill and had to move to a care facility in Portugal. He needed heat. He introduced me to this little black and white lady kitty perched on top of a 2 meter tall cupboard. I could barely see her. But I soon understood it was me or a very uncertain fate as he was leaving 2 days later. I agreed. And the rest is history. My guys objected whole heartedly as Milly tends to beat them up! She loves Louis, and isn't too fond of Emil. She ballooned when she came to me, yet I rarely see her eat! But she must judging by her weight. She seems to be very happy. Certainly less scared than before. She has found her place in life. She was an only cat when she lived with Paul, and she seems to love having someone to beat up! A purpose in life. She is the essential lap cat. She is very cautious with strangers, but when she has decided she likes you, then she will hold on to your lap through hell and high water. Paul died in 2004, and we both remember his fondly. He will never be forgotten, as a piece of him lives on in her.

Ludmilla is bulimic. She eats and eats, then vomits. it is a daily occurrence. So I have to limit her food access. She gets enough food, just in small servings. Her previous owner loved her very much, but was schizophrenic, so I am not sure how much food she got, or how often. it was probably sporadic at best. So she got used to binge eating as she didn't know when her next meal was coming. That probably explains why she is the biggest velcro cat, and her eating habits. I love her to pieces, and am glad she seems happy with me. It's a stable life, might be a bit boring, but the bed is comfy, the food is good, the company ok, but the social life might be a bit dull!

Lives Remaining:
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Forums Motto:
Where's the lap??

I've Been On Catster Since:
October 18th 2005 More than 11 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

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Emile StokkeIselin
Maud Stokke
Louis StokkeDesiree
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