Scottish Fold/British Shorthair
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Sex: Female   Weight: 7 lbs.

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Yume Yume

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

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Quick Bio:

August 21st 2006

Blue Bicolor

I love my sister Miko! Dunno what I'd do without her! I love to play in my litterbox after Daddy cleans it and I love when Mommy feeds me my food and pours my water.

Being kissed on my cute widdle nose and being held too much! ^-^

Favorite Toy:
My Sister Miko LOL! Best toy ever! ^-^

Favorite Nap Spot:
I love sleeping on Daddy's computer desk! ^-^

Favorite Food:
Science Diet Adult dry food and Feline Greenies for my teeth and breath! :P

Making silly noises to show my emotions! Sometimes I just make noises for no reason it's just fun OK! >:O


Arrival Story:
I flew on an airplane from Arkansas to meet my new family. When Momma first saw me I was hugging onto Miko in our carry crate. Momma gave me my name! Check out purrfect-folds.com! ^-^

From Mom: I think that scottish folds have a very cute and sweet expression. I was very interested in them and did a lot of research before choosing my breeder.

Forums Motto:
Cute and deadly

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Question about Soft Paws! ^-^

Special Tribute:
I found you long lost brother Eek! <3 Catster
R.I.P. to all the Kittys and Dogs who lost their lives to Menu food products!

I've Been On Catster Since:
November 28th 2006 More than 10 years!

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

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Lovely Little Yumi

Chronic Kidney Disorder

October 24th 2012 12:42 am
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Hello fellow Catster members, I know it has been a long time since I have been active in this community so I wonder just how many of my Caster friends are still here. Saturday my husband & I took our little Yumi to an Emergency vet & she has been receiving care there ever since. Within a two days time I could start to tell that something was unusual and different with her and things just never got better ever since. She was very sluggish and sleepy eyed with a very frail and fragile look to her. She walked very staggered and clumsy. She would sit by the bed and look up as if to say I want up there but I can't do this, she just stayed floor level and hid under the bed. Many of these symptoms I did not visibly see until vet day. Since it was a Saturday, all of the vets that my husband & I tried to call were closed so finally we found an emergency vet clinic. I have her paperwork on hand but I cannot read it for the life of me, all I know is that the "values" were "unreadable" & off of the scale. The doctor said she was a little better yesterday but her "values" were still very high. Her weight was 4.6 when it is usually 6.5-7.0lbs. I am very sad & full of guilt. As long as there is a little hope out there though, I will take it.


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