Millie - RIP


Siamese
Picture of Millie - RIP, a female Siamese

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Home:Central, TX  
Sex: Female   Weight: 4 lbs.

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Nicknames:
Ms. Millicent, Stop That!

Kitty Complexion:
 Activeness 
sleepyvery active
 
 Curiosity 
not curiousvery curious
 
 Friendliness 
timidaffectionate
 
 Vocal 
not vocalvery vocal
 

Quick Bio:
-mixed breed

Birthday:
September 18th 2005

Coloration:
Natural Mink

Likes:
Running and playing with her brother kitties.

Pet-Peeves:
She hates being closed off when Pokie eats and she doesn't get any.

Favorite Toy:
She swats any and everything.

Favorite Nap Spot:
The dog's bed in the bathroom or by the dining table.

Favorite Food:
Meow Mix kitten chow

Skills:
She single-handedly (mouthedly, is that a word?) removed her sutures from her recent spay incision, WITH an E-collar on!

Dwells:
indoors

Arrival Story:
Our neighbor knocked on the door one September day when I had just gotten home from work. In his hand was this tiny little kitty, about 7-10 days old, and obviously Siamese. He'd found her in a shed behind his house, crying and dehydrated. He knew we rescue. I keep KMR powder in the freezer year 'round for "emergencies" and bottles in the cabinet, so feeding her was not going to be a problem. We are well schooled in bowel and bladder stimulation and feeding little ones.

Bio:
We don't know Millie's origins beyond that of a stray from the neighbor. About a week later, a feral mama cat that we DID know about abandoned a pair of slightly YOUNGER kittens in our back pasture. We heard them crying, and they were trying their best on wobbly legs to come into the fenced back yard by themselves! So they were added to the bottle feeding agenda, and for about 6 weeks we fed 3 at a time! They were later adopted out to good homes, but Millie continues to think she's queen. UPDATE**Millie disappeared on 8/30/06, her daddy's birthday. We always let the cats out in the morning after breakfast when we go to work, and they have nearly 2 acres to roam, so they never go astray. However, we do have coyotes roaming behind our property and know for a fact that they had gotten one of the feral cats recently. We like to think she was picked up and taken in by someone as she was a beautiful and friendly little girl, but we just do not know :-( It remains a mystery.

Forums Motto:
Are you gonna eat that?

I've Been On Catster Since:
February 25th 2006 More than 8 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Catster Id:
271062


Meet my family
Poquito
Gizmo - RIPTaquatche
"Quatchie" -
RIP
Geezer -
forever loved
8/30/03
Herman (RIP)Jasper
♥ RIP
5/29/13

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