"My, what big eyes you have little Chap riding hood."
Age: 10 Years Sex: Female Weight: 9 lbs.
"I am soooo photogenic."
"Ever vigilant and on guard....The Guardian"
"Lt. Commander and tactical/weapons officer aboard the USS Carnivore"
"Hey, this dish is empty...where's the food?"
"Are you going to pet me or waht?"
"I just love hangin' out at mom's place."
"Yes, I am such a sweetheart."
"With my little buddy Harley(mom suspects he might be my kitten)."
"After my run in with the car..it hardly shows" [See My CatsterPlus Photo Book]
Leave a treat for Chap
Special Gift Box:
Chappers, Chappakittish, Chaparoo, Chapelle
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March 3rd 2005
To be loved and petted
Mac Aroon, another outdoor cat
Favorite Nap Spot:
under the lilac bush
indoors and outdoors
Chap showed up in the neighborhood about a year ago as a young kit. She was wild and I could not touch her, but she pretty much started haning around for the food. When she became pregnant, she decided to be friendly and just wanted pets all the time. Then a few weeks went by and I did not see her. When she returned she was not longer pregnant so she must have had a very small litter. I don't know if they survived. She was still friendly, so about a month later, I took her in to be spayed(she was already pregnant again but just so the spay was done). She has pretty much lived on my porch or in my yard since then(about 2 months)
When Chap first showed up, I did not know whether she was a male or female. Since she was black and white and had a mustache, I thought of Charlie Chaplin, but it was only half a mu7stache, so she became Chap. After I discovered she was female, the name still stayed cause it seemed to fit. As some of you know, Chap recently had a run in with a car(probably early morning Aug. 17, 2006). Fortunately not a serious injury, but she was unable to feed herself. I took her to the doctor who treated her with antibiotic and said watch her lower jaw as it had split, but seemed to be holding fairly even. If it slips more, wiring would be required. I don't think that is going to need to be done. At present time, Chap is residing in the dog crate for recovery with time outs for pets. The first 2 days she had to be fed with a syringe but now seems to bee eating soft food and milk on her own. Whether Chap gets to remain inside still has not been decided. I, of course, want to keep her in so she will be safe, but there are 12 lost kiity souls already living inside. I'm not sure daddy will go for # 13.
8 of 9
I wanna be loved.
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I've Been On Catster Since:
|August 19th 2006
||More than 8 years!
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for 3236 days
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