Photo Comments Age: 18 Years Sex: Female Weight: 13 lbs.
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Olly-May, Miss Molly, Smolly Ollie
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March 12th 1995
Sleeping, being pet, eating.
Being picked up, baths, other cats, having her tail touched.
Favorite Nap Spot:
On the back of the couch, but it changes pretty much daily.
Giving you "the look".
Molly was born at my dad's mechanic shop. He had feral cats running around everywhere- he would back a car up and three or four cats would run out from under it (this was before he got a dog, lol). None of the cats would let anyone near them, but Molly adopted my dad. As a kitten, she would sleep on his toolbox. Finally Dad brought her home one day. I was just six or seven and he had a box with holes cut in it and said he had a suprise. I thought it was a puppy, but it was a young black cat. We decided on a name by each person writing down a name and we drew it from a hat. My mom's name won, and the cat was christianed Molly.
Molly currently lives in Georgia with my dad. She is a very picky eater, especially now that she is older. She is also a bit on the ornery side, but she used to be much worse. A few years back, my older sister had a big problem with mice, so we lent her Molly, an excellent mouser. When the time came for her to return home, my little sister was carrying her to the car (mistake number one). She fought to get loose, as she hated (hates) to ride in the car. She got loose, but I managed to catch hold of her, but she wrigled loose again. She vanished, nowhere to be seen for eight months. Because my older sister lived near the interstate, we were worried she had been hit by a car. When winter rolled around and passed by, we were sure she had not survived. Still, I made repeated visits to her house, setting food down next to a patch of woods near there and calling. We had pretty much given up hope of finding her until one day we were leaving my sister's house to go to Georgia to see my dad. There she was, eight months (including a winter) later, standing at the base of the driveway. We brought her home and ever since she has not been nearly as grumpy as she used to be. She used to growl every time you picked her up, now she tolerates it. Her best friend is Little Ma Ma, but now that they live in seperate places, they haven't been able to see each other. I brought Little Ma Ma down to see her one week and they acted just like nothing had happened- they're still the best of friends. Other cats, now, Molly could do without.
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Adopted Sister: Little Ma Ma
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