Domestic Shorthair/Domestic Medium Hair
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Home:Quinte West, ON, Canada  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 23 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 14 lbs.

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   Leave a treat for Bailey

Boo, Princess Booboo, Fat Lightening

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Quick Bio:
-mixed breed-cat rescue

June 6th 1993


Watching the dogs get in trouble

everything but Daddy

Favorite Toy:
spring coils, string

Favorite Nap Spot:
Dad's pillow

Favorite Food:

able to show distain to virtually ANYONE!


Arrival Story:
Bailey was born from a stray calico, and was birthed under my sister's front steps. We caught her momm, her sister and her... raised them till Momma was able to wean them. Mamma was spayed, and was found a home with the second kitten. I've had Bailey since she was 2 days old :)

She's a snob, but she's *MY* snob!! In June of 2006, we lost our house to a horrible fire. We found the other 6 fur babies, but couldn't find Bailey right away. That was the worst feeling in the world. I found her the next day, she was GREY!! Her feet were burned a little bit, and she was absolutely terrified but ALIVE!! WOOT BAILEY!! She has recovered very nicely.

Lives Remaining:
8 of 9

Forums Motto:
Bugger off and I'll let you live

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Collar scars

Greatest Accomplishment:
Surviving a horrid house fire in June 2006

Happy Spring!:

Easter egg hunt!:

I've Been On Catster Since:
October 16th 2006 More than 10 years!

I Was In The:
Catster's 2006 Holiday Picture Party!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Catster Id:

Meet my family
Tandee ~Gone
to the Bridge
GloriaPaco *Gone to
the Bridge*
Sammie ~Gone
to the Bridge~
Ms. Tiger
Woods :)
Pogie ~Rainbow
Bridge Angel~

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March 23rd 2007 7:31 am
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Hey thanks Momma, for just taking of my HALLOWEEN BACKGROUND!!

Didnt really feel bad about not having anything christmassy up.. or New Years.. who cares about that.. Valentines day... St. Patricks day.....


Yer lucky i dont have thumbs, or i woulda called the frikkin humane society on you!!!! TOO CRUEL. Thats yoo, Momma.. if that IS your real name...

*stalks away, gives Momma the Big Stink Eye*

I think I have some butt scootchin to do on yer pillow.


The Top 8 Differences If Santa's Sleigh Was Pulled by Cats

December 25th 2006 9:20 am
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8> When Santa wants nine cats to fly all in the same direction,
it's "On, Hoover, on, Shop-Vac...."

7> Christmas is slightly delayed while we wait for Vixen to
finish cleaning herself.

6> December 24: Fire departments the world over go on rooftop
rescue red alert.

5> Santa may get the cookies, but no way he keeps that milk to

4> First, the dinner and the grooming. Then the napping, followed
by a light snack. Then, maybe, the flying.

3> Parents frantically cover the kids' sandboxes.

2> Less antler envy.

and the Number 1 Difference If Santa's Sleigh Was Pulled by

1> "He sprang to his sleigh, to his team gave a whistle,
And they gave him a look of contemptuous dismissal."


How to "Cat-Proof" Your Christmas Tree

December 22nd 2006 8:06 am
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How to "Cat-Proof" Your Christmas Tree

1. Buy a cardboard box big enough to hold the tree. Paint it red and yellow. Paste pictures of cats playing with toys on the box. Write phrases on the box like: "Giant very expensive cat toy." "Your cat will LOVE it!" "No cat can resist!" "Hours and hours of fun!" "Only $99,999,999.99!"

2. Bring the tree home inside the box, and round up your cats. Say, "look what mommy got you! A giant, really really expensive cat toy! You will go NUTS! I can't wait to see you play with this!"

3. Force the cats to watch you put up the tree and decorate it. If they drift off towards the cardboard box, bring them back to the tree and point at it while saying things like "you had better play with this thing, mommy spent a month's salary on it."

4. When the tree is decorated, wave some branches in their face and shout, "come on and play! Lookee here, the branches move, see? Kitty is supposed to swat at the branches and have lots and lots of fun! Hey, come back here! You come back here right now and play with this tree. See how much fun it is? HEY. I'M TALKING TO YOU. Get out of that box right now, mister. The box is NOT a toy. THIS is the toy."

If you do this with enough sincerity, your cats will avoid the tree like it was a foaming mad Rottweiler. Of course, you'll be stuck with a big ugly cardboard box in your living room all through the holidays, but it can always double as a buffet table.

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