Ragdoll/Breed Unknown
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Home:West Linn, OR  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 24 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 10 lbs.

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Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Quick Bio:
-mixed breed-pound cat

June 8th 1992

Seal Mitted

Getting my human's attention

When my human isn't paying attention to me

Favorite Toy:
Peacock feathers and Da Bird!

Favorite Nap Spot:
The floor

Favorite Food:
Natural Balanced canned

Yelling at the top of my lungs for hours


Arrival Story:
Odo was adopted from Cat Adoption Team (www.catadoptionteam.org). He had been transferred from a high kill shelter (who thought he was 6 years old), and he was labeled as 10 years old at C.A.T. My vet and I decided he's more likely 14 years old.

Odo is quite the talker. He is also very demanding when he wants attention. Occasionally, he will bite me (usually gently) to get me to wake up and pay attention to him.

Lives Remaining:
4 of 9

Forums Motto:
Odo the shapeshifter

I've Been On Catster Since:
August 29th 2006 More than 10 years!

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My new home

My new home so far

August 30th 2006 6:52 pm
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In April, I was brought in to the county shelter. It was scary there! They thought I was 6 years old a chocolate point siamese. Little did they know, I'm about 14 years old, and look much more like a ragdoll than anything else. I probably have Siamese in me somewhere, though, because I have crossed eyes and a kink in my tail. I spent about a week at the county shelter before I was transferred to Cat Adoption Team, in Sherwood. They were better at guessing my age--they thought I was 10 years old. While they tried to take care of me, I was really scared. I spent a lot of time in the hospital ward. I didn't feel so well. Eventually I was transferred to a cage downstairs near the gift shop. My human came in on June 8th and looked at all the cats upstairs. She had almost given up until she saw me! I let her hold me, and I didn't hiss at the other cats when she brought me next to their cages. She put me back in my cage, and I was so sad! But she came back a few minutes later with a plastic carrier and took me home!

My new home is big. It has two bedrooms. For the first week, I stayed in the little bedroom with my own food and litterbox. I still run in there sometimes thinking I'll be fed in there. The other room is where my human sleeps. Sometimes I sleep next to her. Sometimes I like to wake her up so she'll pet me in the middle of the night. I've tried nibbling on her hands to get her to pet me. I also chomped on her head a few days ago. She didn't like that very much. Willow chews on her hair, so I don't know why she got mad at me for chewing on her head!

She feeds us canned food. It's yummy. I ate most of it right away. Willow and I eat next to each other sometimes. I don't mind that. I do chase Willow when she runs though, and sometimes I bite her on the back while she drinks water. I want to make sure she knows I'm the boss.

I'm not always so tough though. I get nervous when people come in the house. I used to run even when my human came home, but now I greet her at the door. Sometimes, I try to slip outside, though I haven't been able to do it yet. There are other kitties that sit on the porch, and I need to scare them off! I yell at them to go away from inside the house, but it doesn't work.

All in all, I like my new home. I have a playmate and a human who takes care of me. Life is good.

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