Marky Ramone

Domestic Shorthair
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Home:Raleigh, NC  
Age: 15 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 16 lbs.

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Marky Mark, Sweet Boy, Hoss

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

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Quick Bio:
-part feral-cat rescue

April 1st 2001

Black and White

Hanging out with friends

Fast moving things and the vacuum cleaner

Favorite Toy:
String toy and catnip

Favorite Nap Spot:
Daytime on an over-sized cow print pillow, at night with my Mom in bed

Favorite Food:
Premium canned food, your food


Arrival Story:
If you check out my family you'll see I'm one of "the band", siblings, we were little rebels wearing black that lived behind a grocery store. Our real cat Mom was pretty wild back then and got around a bit (must've been a groupie, MOL!)......The lady I live with, Cat Woman, found our Mom living in a patch of woods behind a store and abandoned industrial complex next door. Soon after it was apparent Mom was in the family way, but it was months after we were born before we showed our faces to her and the world. Months later, another litter later, Cat Woman finally caught my Mom and had her spayed and released back there since she was wild. A couple years later Cat Woman made a home for our real cat Mom and a few of her furrriends in the back yard and they moved here and lived here ever since.

On 10/10/2009, my beloved Mom Jane died of cancer. I would like to find a new home, ideally along with my brother Johnny Ramone. I am declawed and a shy guy. Thanks to all of Mom's Catster friends for their kindness during this trying time - I hope you can help. Original Story: My human Mom, Cat Woman, is an advocate of TNR - trap, neuter and release of feral cats or strays like our cat Mom. There are too many unwanted pets and many suffer, TNR is a nice way to control overpopulation and avoid needless and inhumane euthanasia of kitties like me. We were born wild and it took a long time even though we were young to be socialized and trusting of humans, we still to this day are afraid of strangers. Like our namesakes, we are a loud, vocal bunch.....but for such a big guy I have a really high voice.

Lives Remaining:
8 of 9

Forums Motto:
Please don't scare me

The Groups I'm In:
CATS ON THEIR BACKS!, PETS for OBAMA, Cats & Music, Fabulous Ferals, feral cats united, Feral Colonies/TNR Programs, Love 'em? Fix 'em., President Isabel's Animal Abuse Commission, Rockin' Cats, Viva La RevolMEWtion

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Spot and Shakes Wedding Celebration!!!

I've Been On Catster Since:
March 2nd 2006 More than 10 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

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Meet my family
FenderZipperVincent PricePeaches
AliceJohnny RamoneJoey RamoneDeeDee Ramone
Target (Onward
& Upward)
BlackieBluePounceEdgar - The
Office Cat

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