Fluffy


Domestic Long Hair
Picture of Fluffy, a male Domestic Long Hair

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Home:North Stonington, CT  
Sex: Male   Weight: 11 lbs.

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Nicknames:
Fluff, Fluffster, Fluffalumps, Fluffanutter

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

Quick Bio:
-mixed breed

Birthday:
December 14th 1990

Coloration:
Orange

Likes:
Fluffy likes to lay beside me while I sleep.

Pet-Peeves:
If you tickle his stomach, he will get angry and attack your hand. He also does not like visits to the vet, and urinates in the cat carrier on every visit. It has to do with some trauma he went through.(1)

Favorite Toy:
Fluff doesn't use toys much, but I can get him to play with string.

Favorite Nap Spot:
Fluffy likes chairs, window sills, couches and floors for naps.

Favorite Food:
He has a peculiar attraction to items that I am eating at the time. If it's got milk or any liquid in it, especially if it's cereal, he wants in.

Skills:
Fluff does not have skills, sadly. He's a bit too old to teach new tricks.. And I'm afraid he's a bit senile because he has a tendency to be a little daft (though I love him to death).

Dwells:
indoors and outdoors

Arrival Story:
I got Fluffy when I was very small, and of course he is a long-haired cat, so my first reaction was, "Wow! Fluffy!" The name stuck.

Bio:
While Fluffy is old, and sometimes his hair gets dreaded up (brushing him is a no-no because of his stomach), he is still quite a lively little beasty. He puts up with quite a bit (obnoxious younger male housecat roommates, little kids, loud noises and odd feeding times) for an "old man". Still, when he goes I will be dreadfully depressed. This cat has been a friend to everyone, and I have never known him to be shy of anyone that I've ever introduced him to. My other cat, a stray rescue, is skittish and has to acquire a comfortability level with a person before he can accept them and act casual around them. Not Fluffy... Fluffy's always been Mr. Sweetheart, and though I suspect he's senile by now (he's got a lot of bad behaviours and never seems to understand what you're saying to him, though I know he isn't deaf) he's still very much that fluffy, lighthearted kitty I got when I was younger. When I first got him, he was a holy terror. He jumped up on window screens and clawed the life out of them, peed in potted plants and dug them up, chased mice up into the house and trapped them in corners... it was not pretty. (1)Then, something changed in one winter... he got very sick with pneumonia after a several-day disappearance, and we had to rush him to the vet. The vet saved his life, but ever since that day he does not like cat carriers and refuses to go quietly to the vet. Once placed in a cat carrier, he meows constantly and on the drive he urinates out of fear. UPDATE: Fluffy has recently ceased to come home. It has been over two months since we have last seen our good friend, and we fear that he has passed over on the rainbow bridge. I adored him most out of all my pets, because he was my first pet and my most beloved. He always loved you when you needed it. I will miss him dearly.

Forums Motto:
The one and only.

I've Been On Catster Since:
May 14th 2006 More than 8 years!

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Catster Id:
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