♥Buster (Angel)♥

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Picture of ♥Buster (Angel)♥, a male Bengal

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"Happy Springtime to all!"

Home:Congress, AZ  [I have a diary!]  
Sex: Male   Weight: 13 lbs.

In Loving Memory of Buster:  April 4th, 2001 - April 3rd, 2007

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"In Loving Memory of Buster: April 4th, 2001 - April 3rd, 2007"

In Loving Memory of Buster

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"In Loving Memory of Buster"

Buster and DB, a heavenly pair!

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"Buster and DB, a heavenly pair!"

Guardian Angel on Duty

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"Guardian Angel on Duty"

Long naps and big stretches are best when combined.

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"Long naps and big stretches are best when combined."

Buster and Ringtail

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"Buster and Ringtail"

How nice of you to stop by my page.  Please come back and visit me soon.

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"How nice of you to stop by my page. Please come back and visit me soon."

Purr-fect Little Angel

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"Purr-fect Little Angel"

Roaring lessons

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"Roaring lessons"

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Studmuffin, Lion King, Buster Duster

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Sun Sign:
Rainbow Bridge
Quick Bio:
-blind -cat rescue

April 4th 2001

Silver Tabby

A good belly rub, being brushed, snuggling with mommy

Having the food bowl moved!

Favorite Toy:

Favorite Nap Spot:
On mommy's bed

Favorite Food:
Dry crunchies

Beastie hunting


Arrival Story:
Buster really adopted me! One day I went to the PetSmart to get kitty litter for his sisters, and there he was in kitty jail (the adoption center). He reached out of his crate and swatted me as I walked by, and it was all over!!!! I picked him up, and next thing I knew I was signing adoption papers and shopping for new kitten toys. He was six weeks old and cute as can be and I was hopelessly in love. Later that day we were back home and he was playing happily with his new kitty sisters.

Buster is truly the king of the house. He is a real "stud" and has his own harem. To be exact, 4 kitty sisters, a doggie sister and a mommy! Oh, and let's not forget his girl, Ringtail. It is a stuffed racoon toy and he insists it is real. He carries her around in his mouth and tries to mate with her!!! When he was 2 years old he developed cloudy lenses and we discovered that he is legally blind...he sees shadows only. That does not stop him from strutting his stuff and letting us know who is in charge! At 13.5 pounds, he is a very muscular and beautiful bengal kitty, and the most loveable little baby I could have asked for.

Forums Motto:
Momma's little Studmuffin!


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Hear me roar:
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I've Been On Catster Since:
November 19th 2006 More than 10 years!

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Tails of a Lion King

Final Entry

April 4th 2007 9:33 am
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Dear Catster Friends-

It is with deep sadness that I inform you of our darling little Buster's death yesterday. He died of complications of a rare disorder. Though Buster's life on earth was short (had he lived, he would have been 6 today) he left big pawprints to fill.

Buster loved life. He was social and loved to meet new people. Each day he would take the time to cuddle with all his sisters, and his mommy. He loved to play with his Ringtail, and as I sit here today I almost expect to see him coming down the hall with Ringtail in his mouth. Despite his medical problems and blindness, he never let it slow him down.

The end came quickly for Buster, and mercifully he did not suffer. He was given strong pain medication and he died peacefully in the arms of his mommy, with his kitty and doggie sisters close by.

We have so many fond memories of little Buster. Curling up around mommy's head to sleep at night and curling up with each of the kitties every day. He loved to be loved. Who can forget the time that mommy got a small Ringtail and placed it on the bed next to his girl Ringtail? She called him into the room and when he got up on the bed, he reeled back in horror and looked at mommy as if to say, "I swear I didn't do it...I'm fixed...you said so yourself!!!!" That was just before he went blind.

Our sweetest memory though was that of the roaring lessons that mommy used to give him when he was a kitten. He was told from day one that he was destined to be a mighty Lion King, and had to learn how to roar. So- mommy used to hold him in her arms and say, "Let me hear you roar little lion", and then she would imitate a roar. Buster would wrinkle up his face and then with all his might, he would let out this teeny little squeak of a meow!!!! Mommy would praise him and get all excited, and he would look so proud. One day our human brother took a picture of his face during practice, so we felt compelled to include it on his page. It was exactly this sort of thing that made Buster so endearing.

So, farewell little studmuffin, our beloved Lion King. You are our angel and we know that you are up in heaven watching over us now. We will always love you, and we will never forget you.

With all of our love,
Mommy, Tayla, Emma, Nikki, Ginger Belle, and DB


Cat Safety Tips

March 21st 2007 8:41 am
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Dear Diary-

It has been a long time since I have written, but I wanted to post some safety tips for all my kitty friends at Catster. Recently my mommy and my canine sister were hit from behind while in the car and it made me think. The same safetly tips that apply to dogs don't necessarily apply to cats. Consider the following when riding in a car:

1. Never allow your human to put you in the car without securing you in some way. Harnesses may work for dogs, but crates work best for cats. Those nifty little molded plastic kitty caddies are the best.

2. Secure your travel caddy to the seat using a seat belt or other suitable restraining device. Do not just put it on the seat, because in an accident it will become a missile and you and the caddy will end up going through the windshield.

3. Humans should not place heavy objects on top fo the caddy, because you could get crushed.

3. Ensure that objects are not placed up against the metal grills...they are there for ventilation and if you do not get enough air you can suffocate.

4. Make sure that the name and phone # of your vet and the pharmacy is taped to the caddy somewhere. Also make sure that you have a microchip just in case you and your human get separated.

5. Have your parents write down the name and phone numbers of an alternative caregiver, so that if your parents need to go to the hospital to get checked out, someone can come and get you. Otherwise you may end up at the P-O-U-N-D.

6. Always lock the car doors while the car is in motion. It takes more force to pop open a locked door in an accident, ane the safest place to be is INSIDE the car...not thrown outside where you could get run over by an oncoming car.

Have a safe trip wherever life takes you!

This safety message has been brought to you by,
Buster, The Lion King


Hello New Year!

January 1st 2007 2:06 pm
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Dear Diary-

Well, this has been a busy year for us all. Between training the D-O-G that mommy adopted and moving to a new home, I have had plenty to do. A large D-O-G, no less. This past week or two has been exciting. My human brother came home for a visit and it was SO good to see him again. We played and he fed us treats and petted us. He knows where I like to get rubbed.

Last night was New Years Eve and mommy said that the new year could find its way here without us having to stay up. Good thing too, because I was tired and my sisters needed their beauty sleep. We had a special dinner yesterday and today we got treats.

Mommy says I have to go to the eye doctor soon about my eyes again. I have to go every 6 months, unless things get worse. I am not looking forward to that because if things get worse I will need surgery. At best, I see only shadows, but I resolve that this year I will not let it bother me. I have plenty of friends at Catster and my family loves me, so I am lucky!

Every day brings a new adventure...and I hope that all my friends out there have plenty of adventures to tell about. I'll meow again soon.


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