Norwegian Forest Cat/Breed Unknown
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Home:Messel, Hessen, Germany  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 13 Years   Sex: Female

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Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Quick Bio:
-cat rescue

March 22nd 2001

Gray and White

Drinking from the toilet, cuddling in bed at night, playing with string and little plastic things (screw covers, cable hooks)

The new puppy, her crazy "sister" cat who is very loving, not getting her desired food all the time, having the toilet seat left down so she can't get any water

Favorite Toy:
Screw covers, random little plastic things

Favorite Nap Spot:
In the window upstairs overlooking the fields behind us

Favorite Food:
Sheba filets (she only eats canned food that is filets or meat pieces in patè here)

She drinks from the toilet, she always finds the most painful places to step on your body


Arrival Story:
Princess wandered up to my mother while we were living in Miami. She was barely big enough to fill your hand and she was filthy. My mom gave her some roast beef from her sandwich and the tiny kitten devoured it. So she brought her home to a have a better life. The tiny kitten we thought was dark grey and black turned out to be white and grey tabby (boy was that a fun bath) and she showed her "royal" tendancies from day one...hence her very will suited name.

We didn't know for years that Princess was a Norwegian Forest Cat...or that such a breed even existed...we always just assumed she was a Persian mix with a lot of Domestic in her. Since we have a Siamese as well, the two usually get along but the Siamese was always more dominant. So several months ago we discovered what seems to be Princess' true breed and noticed that her personality changed almost immediately. She has become much more dominant and protective of her domain, especially against the Siamese...these two just always keep us guessing.

Lives Remaining:
8 of 9

Forums Motto:
Don't pet me...I just washed that.

The Groups I'm In:
Norwegian Forest Cat and Norwegian Forest Cat Mixes!

I've Been On Catster Since:
June 19th 2006 More than 7 years!

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The World of a Princess

A bet for the future

June 21st 2006 8:14 am
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