Domestic Shorthair
Picture of Daisy, a female Domestic Shorthair

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Age: 10 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 8 lbs.

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Snoopy, Belly, Keigawa, Cutie Monster, Little One, Little Lady, Smogey, Honey Bunny

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

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Quick Bio:
-mixed breed

August 18th 2006

Gray and White

Treats ... treats ... and more treats.

Not getting treats when she cries for them, having her ears cleaned (she looks at me like I'm killing her), and being furminated.

Favorite Toy:
Shoes, Cat Dancer, furry mice toys (she lays them on my pillows as presents), feathers (she eats them) and milk rings, loopy loops, balls.

Favorite Nap Spot:
A red chair (yes white fur all over it), table in the living room, the windowsill in the kitchen (prime spot for watching birds), her pet perch and mom's bed.

Favorite Food:
Halo Liv-a-littles chicken treats (sadly the vet says no more chicken). Bravo Freeze Dried Venison Livers

She comes when she's called. She can open doors. Being beautiful and charming everyone (esp. when you're mad at her). Conning people into giving her treats.


Arrival Story:
I was walking through Petco on a whim with my friend's daughter and there was this huge commotion. This big german shepherd was barking up a storm. I walked near the sound and there she was, about three feet away from the dog, this little kitty in a cage all curious with her head tilted and her paws out wanting to be closer to what was going on. Her cagemate couldn't care less about the noise in the outside world. I fell in love with her fearlessness then and decided to adopt her.

Daisy is a dog trapped in a cat's body. She goes around and sniffs everything like a little bloodhound. She especially loves shoes and to smell your feet. When people are throwing balls around, she stands in the middle and tries to run after the balls and tries to catch them. Daisy is also a little busybody. She plants herself in the middle of all action and everything has to go through her inspection before she is happy.

Lives Remaining:
9 of 9

Forums Motto:
I love my mom like a fat kid loves cake.

I've Been On Catster Since:
December 13th 2006 More than 10 years!

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To my pink carrier:

September 18th 2007 5:15 pm
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Dear pink carrier:

I just want to let you know that you can't hold me in. I will escape every time.


Daisy aka the Great Escape Artist


Musings of a 1 year old cat...

August 26th 2007 2:54 pm
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I, Daisy, turned 1 last weekend. It was a great birthday filled with lots of treats, presents and loving. So great in fact that mommy and I are still celebrating. Being a wise and sage 1 year old kitty now, I feel it's my duty to impart some knowledge to other cats.

1. Baths are to be tolerated. I don't like being bathed but I tolerate them. Why you ask do I tolerate baths? The answer is simple. I get lots of treats afterwards for tolerating it (meaning not hurting mom). Also after I'm dry and so cute and shiny, I get more treats as I'm so irresistibly beautiful now. Yes, it's all about me and treats.

2. If your parents have to leave for work or vacation, go to your grandparent's house. My grand-mommy and grand-daddy are suckers for my cuteness. This means I am spoiled and worshiped like I should be.

3. Give kisses liberally. The more kisses the better. I've found that mom's get all mushy over treats. Mushiness = treats, toys, presents, etc. for a kitty. If you've never kissed your parent, try it. I guarantee it works.

4. Cry, the more pathetic the better. Cry over and over again. Once you get your parent's attention, cry and lead them over to where your treats are kept. Sit in front of the cabinet and cry. Trust me, if you do it long enough you'll get your way. And isn't it all about getting my way?

5. Finally, give presents to your parents. I mean real presents, good ones. Me, I bat around my fuzzy mice and then drop one into my mom's pillows. Try it. Giving presents to your parents means you'll get more presents.


Advice to all kitties, if at first you get in trouble, try,- try, try again...

May 13th 2007 3:00 pm
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My mommy and I went to my grandparents house this weekend. I love going to my grandparents house because they have so much room for me to run around. Well I got there Friday and my grandma told me that I couldn't jump on the piano or the dining room table. Do you think I listened? NO!! Both looked so tempting that I just couldn't help myself so I jumped and jumped and jumped to my heart's content. Well then I got in trouble by both mommy and grandma (nothing major just shooed off the surfaces). Note: I like my grandpa the bestest, he just lets me do everything. So I decided to give it a rest for Friday (I mean I didn't want to get into any major trouble). Well on Saturday, I decided to try again. I mean, you would too. The glossy wood of the dining room table (so tempting) and the darkness of the piano (my white fur looks so good against it). On Saturday, I jumped, jumped and jumped again. This time, grandma started to laugh as she saw me do it (ha, one person won over). Mommy was still mad though. Now today, Sunday, while we were still at my grandparent's house, I jumped and jumped and jumped again. By today, mom had given up. Ha!! I won. I knew I'd wear them down. So my advice to all kitties, if at first you get in trouble, try, try, try again.

P.S. Happy Mother's Day to all mommies of kitties out there!!

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