Likes: I love love love to eat! Can't you tell! Mommy's lap too!
Pet-Peeves: Hmm...I really don't like my 3 brothers! I liked being the only pet!
Favorite Toy: I love these crinkle balls that I can fetch for Daddy. I go up & down the stairs with them!
Favorite Nap Spot: I really like Daddy's keyboard when he's working. Sometimes I like Mommy's pillow at 2am. I've splept there since she got me.
Favorite Food: I love fat free turkey bacon when Mommy has it, but now Mommy is making me eat holistic food because I got chubby!
Skills: Daddy taught me a whole lot of words. I know SPIDER. I will come running if I hear the word! I also know how to play fetch up & down stairs. Daddy taught me what "BIRDIES" means too. I will come running if I hear it!
Arrival Story: MAGGIE chose me. I went to a shelter with no intentions of even owning a kitty. I didn't even have a litter box, food or anything at home for her. Well, I walked by the cages, and there she was just meowing away & rubbing her face on the sides to get us to pet her. Once I held her, she went to sleep on my lap & I knew she was the one! She used to live with me in my apartment alone & once I met my boyfriend 1 year later, she moved into his house with me. Now she is "Daddy's little girl". She loves & adores him completely. I am second choice now....unless she is hungry or not feeling good. Then I get the mushy eyes & the meows to pick her up & hold her. She deffinitely knows how to work us!! Update: 2-2008 Mommy got her girl back! Now that we have 3 other cats, she fights to be in Mommy's lap! Mommy is not complaining at all! =0)
Bio: March 26th, 2010: Maggie passed after a short battle with a neurological condition. We found her hiding under the bed and her paw was bent. She couldn't get up or even move well. The vet said that she possible had a blood clot and if it happened again, we would lose her. It's hard to believe this could happen to such a young cat..only 6 years old. She struggled over the next two months and even learned to walk again. We really thought that she would be OK, but the vet was right. She had a major set of seisures and the emregency vet said they have never seen anything like it. It was the toughest choice we had to make, but she most likely had brain damage. Maggie was a very special cat that I held a very special bond with. There is a huge hole in my heart since she has passed. She can never be replaced. I hope that when my time comes, she is waiting for me at the gates. I still think about her often and keep her ashes next to my bed since she slept on my pillow every night.