Likes: I like to recline on the back of the sofa, enjoy sitting out in the patio and LOVE sitting on my mom's head at 4:00AM!!!
Pet-Peeves: My sister Aggie annoys me sometimes and pills, ear drops, Clawdius chasing me around the house - MEEOOOW!!!
Favorite Toy: Those little felt mousies Meowmy bought me ... I like to swat them around.
Favorite Nap Spot: Back of the couch and dad's computer chair.
Favorite Food: I like Fancy Feast Medleys and Wysong Epigen and Vitality and Nourish canned food.
Skills: I sit up *gasps* like a DOGGIE to beg for a treat!!!
Arrival Story: November 12, 2005...my humans were on the way to the mall to spend money on themselves...they passed the Petmobile from Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League and decided to turn around and take a look (smart humans)...they wanted a doggie (not so smart humans)...looked at the kitties and I came to the door of my cage and MEEOOOWED at mom...she held me and I clung to her and gave her a new furlook (I was shedding a lot back then)...they fell in love with me and brought me home with them. All the money they were going to spend at the mall, they spent on me!! Very smart humans after all!!!
Bio: Maggie had been at the shelter since December 2004. She had been adopted twice, brought back once because "she needed too much attention, second time "she startled easily". Lame, lame excuses! We gave her all the time she needed to adjust and to realize she has a forever home where she will be loved, cared for and spoiled. She's loving, gentle, affectionate and very regal. She's brought love and happiness to us after the loss of our precious little 18 1/2 yr. old Yorkie, Ralphie. I believe Ralphie knew she was the perfect kitty for us and led us to her and to her sister Aggie.
November 12th was Aggie's and my 8th Gotcha Day, my first one without Aggie and I must admit - I missed her. I had a quiet day because the pawrents had to work and I made sure my siblings left me alone! MOL!! But mom gave me lots of kisses and some yummy treats and that was enough for this old gal.
I have some new gifts on my page and I want to thank the wonderpurr furs who left them:
Angel Playful & her family - love you guys very much!
Norman & family - MUAH & MUAH - thank you!
Lista, Nonners, Czar & Stach - you are so generous, love you! xoxo
Angel Ruby, Blue II, Angel E.J., Daisy & family - you touched my kitty heart!
Milo & family - sweet Milo, love you & your family.
Carolina Crew - my old friends - thank you!!! Love you sooo much!
N.O. Kitties & Auntie Faye - I love my present & I love you all!!
My beautiful Gotcha Day picture was a gift from my sweet friend MANYTOES!! He's so talented and has the most amazing toes - 7 on his front paws & 5 on this back paws - how cool is that??? WOWZER!!!
Your purrs and prayers have helped me so much, thank you for being my loving, caring friends and helping me get back on my paws.
Mom did not take me to the vet this morning - YAY!! She will see how I am when she gets home from work and how I act after I eat. Vet is open until 8pm today so she can always take me in if I decided to puke - MOL.
Mom thinks it was something I ate or a bug of some sort because I didn't act like I always act when I vomit due to my pancreas/kidney problems. Anyway, she has been feeding me beef baby food and it's helped my tummy feel better but mom knows she can't keep me on this forever, so she has to do some quick research. I'm also eating my Wysong Epigen again and that has the taurine and other important things cats need ... mom is scratching her head trying to figure out what to feed me. She wants to take me off the Fancy Feast, she thinks that made me sick even though I have been eating it for years.
Please continue purring for me, I will always need purrs because of my bad kidneys ... let's face it, we all need purrs and prayers.
I went to the V*E*T on April 23rd and had blood work done so we could see how my kidneys are doing ... well, they're worse but I did gain one pound - YAY!!!
Since this past Saturday I have not been feeling well and have not been acting like I normally do so Mom will drop me off at the V*E*T's tomorrow with a list of what's been going on and, hopefully, they can make me feel better. Mom thinks perhaps it's time to start me on sub-q fluids. Poor dad, he will have to jab me with the needle and he hates doing that, he did it for our Angel Yorkie Ralphie for four years and he still gets very emotional when he talks about it.
Please send me some purrs and positive thoughts, some Power of the Paw, and I know I will feel better with my friends' help.
Remember - EVERY DAY IS A GIFT!!! Live, MOL and love!