American Shorthair
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Age: 11 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 12 lbs.

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Toonce, Toonces Marie Baguette, Baby, Tooncey-Lala

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Quick Bio:
-cat rescue

April 1st 2005


Chasing & torturing his pup sister, Kami, Scratching furniture,

Kami playing with his toys, not being fed on time, being awakened from a nap

Favorite Toy:
Beloved mousey, bite size toy mice, Kami, furniture

Favorite Nap Spot:
The couch, window sill, top of chair

Favorite Food:
Kami's food, yogurt, ice cream, tea, cookies, anything yummy

Driving everyone crazy, warning of danger (like lassie)


Arrival Story:
Toonces was found on our family farm. We know he was dropped off there by someone because he was in excellent health. He didn't look like any of the other cats. We scooped him up and brought him home. We called him toonces and never anything else.

Lives Remaining:
7 of 9

I've Been On Catster Since:
February 4th 2007 More than 10 years!

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Toonces: The cats meow

A response to my sister...

February 13th 2007 3:00 am
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Hello to all my new feline friends, wonderful to make your aquaintance. Thanks to catster and all of you for kittiosity(feline genorosity) in letting me call this bit of cyberspace home.
I have started this diary for one respond to my sister Kami's allogations. Because quite frankly this is cutting into my nap time. And with her around I only get a precious 20 hours a day of snooze time (I know its shocking!)
She has posted on her little "dogster" site that I eat her..."dog" food. Let me give you a little backround info on Kami(if that is her real name). She came into my life, my house, and MY space about a year ago (feels like a decade), and right away started to eat MY food. Sometimes mother wouldn't even notice until Kami had gobbled down my whole dinner. And this went on for a long time, in all honestly I still catch her taking a bite every now and then. So my eating that disgusting kibble is merely teaching that hound a lesson, one she has yet to learn. And isn't that the job of an older more sophistocated big brother, to teach, nay to guide our the simple minded canine youth of today? Cat friends please let me know how you feel. And please don't visit her page she can barely fit doggy dome thru the door as it is. She already brags that more pets and their companions have viewed her page.
Thank you for your time...I hate to take a kitty away from a delicious nap.

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