Lilith (1999-2006)

Breed Unknown/Japanese Bobtail
Picture of Lilith (1999-2006), a female Breed Unknown/Japanese Bobtail

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Home:Knoxville, TN  
Sex: Female   Weight: 9 lbs.

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Lils, Lilly Mill, Mur, Murry, Little Ole Mur

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Sun Sign:
Quick Bio:
-mixed breed

May 5th 1999

Silver Tabby

There are two things Lils loves most in the world, when Daddy cooks dinner and snakey fetch (see favorite toy). Daddy generally starts his dinner prep by sharpening the knives, a sound Lils is keenly atuned too. She generally catches any fallen scraps.

Anpu, the foreign cat who joined her family when she was just fine the way it was, thanks.

Favorite Toy:
Snakey- any fat rubberband. She never chews, bites, or swallows her snakeys. But she LOVES playing fetch with them.

Favorite Nap Spot:
On top of the clothes shelves or on a cushion on the papasan chair.

Favorite Food:
Tuna water, raw beef and turkey, any beef or turkey flavored wet cat food.

She very rarely meows, but she murs very loudly, a sound between a meow and a purr which she can bust out without opening her mouth. Most commonly heard while hunting snakeys, while Daddy cooks dinner, or after everyone is in bed and she begins her patrol


Arrival Story:
Lilith, her brother Slash, and her sister Rorshach all came with my husband Rich when we were married. All three are half siblings, having 3 different mothers, and the same father- a Japanese Bobtail who also once owned my husband. Anpu, the outsider, was my cat before our marriage. Although the family blending was very rocky at first, Rorschach and Anpu are now good friends. Lilith and Slash agree to ignore Anpu whenever possible. Lilith has a natural bobtail which she is very proud of. She has been known to wiggle it enthusiastically and she loves getting scritches on her nubbin'!

Our beloved Lilith wasn't with us nearly long enough. Of course, forever couldn't have been long enough. We noticed one week that she was beginning to look a little thin, and act a little mopey, dispite a normal appetite and normal looking waste. Our vet diagonised her very quickly with Feline AIDS, Leukemia, and partial kidney failure. We decided to have her euthanized due to the high likelihood that the rest of her life would be very painful and very short. She was a blessed part of our life and will continue to be a cherished part of our memories.

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Murry the Good Hunter

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Bobtail Beauties

I've Been On Catster Since:
April 3rd 2006 More than 10 years!

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Slash (1998-

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