Age: 11 Years Sex: Female Weight: 10 lbs.
|Home:Victoria, BC, Canada ||[I have a diary!] |
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Lunatic, Hell Kitty
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July 30th 2005
Food, playing with the blinds, looking outside at the squirrels, birds and other cats, catching little things that crawl and little things that fly
The vacuum, pedicures, and kids
Green mouse, cat tunnel, feather wand, human hands
Favorite Nap Spot:
Fuzzy blue blanket on the couch, anywhere there is a sun beam
Anything that drops on the ground
Flying ninja like abilities, plays fetch, can run across house on back legs, jumps on her mom's shoulder when she wants to be carried around
While I was at work a couple came into the store carrying a small kitten. They were randomly asking customers if they wanted a free kitten, so I thought I'd better take it before someone else who wouldn't take proper care of her.
I fell in love with Luna instantly. She cuddled up and fell asleep in my arms while I finished off the rest of my shift at the store. She was quite content to sleep even as I moved around and tended to all the customers. It was 10pm when my boyfriend (now fiance since March 23/07 :)) came to pick me up and discovered I was holding a tiny 6 week old kitten. He wanted a black male cat and not a female so I lied and told him it was a boy. That was fine until a young girl in the store, probably about 9 or 10 years old, came up to see the kitten and promptly told my boyfriend that she was actually a female and not a male and went on to explain how she knew. Oops, busted by a young cat expert! He couldn't help but love her anyways as she snuggled up in his arms and fell asleep! She came home with us that night and slept cuddled up between us in bed.
The next morning we both had to work so she came to work with me at my other job because I didn't want to leave her alone when she was still so new and young. I wore a hooded sweatshirt that day and she crawled up my shoulder and curled up inside of my hood and slept there most of the day. When she was awake, she walked along the desks and explored all the pens and papers everywhere and received lots of attention from everyone who saw her.
I took her to the vet soon after and was pleased to find that other than needing to be dewormed, she was entirely healthy. I was so concerned because the couple that had given her to me said that she was the runt of the litter and the only one that no one had wanted. I have heard that the runts are often the ones with the most health problems so was so happy to find out she was okay.
Luna is now fixed, happy and well-fed. She is quite the character with her crazy antics she performs for attention. I love her with all my heart and am so happy to have her as a member of my family.
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Love me, feed me, let me sleep!
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|April 20th 2007
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June 5th 2008 9:45 pm
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I have been tagged by my furriend Jeckyl(428546) I have to list 5 facts about myself and then list 5 kitties to tag. Don't forget to send each one a p-mail to let them know:)
My 5 facts:
1. I secretly think my new sister, Chloe, is pretty cool.
2. My fur is super soft and shiny-everybody who meets me say so!
3. I love to snuggle up under the blankets with my meowmy.
4. My 3rd birthday is coming up on July 30th!
5. I know how to get exactly what I want, MOL!
The 5 beautiful and wonderful kitties I am tagging are:
1. Tam 451178
2. Bosco 332574
3. Aggie 266548
4. ~~Angel~~ 640877
5. Tessie 571190
October 24th 2007 12:23 am
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I have been tagged by Jeckyl. I have to pick 10 fellow Catsters and say a nice thing about them and about the cat that tagged me. Then, I send a p-mail or a rosette to the kitties that I have tagged. Let's get started:)
1) Jeckyl is a new furriend that we like very much. Him and his brother are both lucky black kitties to have such a caring meowmy.
2) Xena is one of the smartest and toughest cats we know. She is so tough that she stared death in the face and laughed!
3) Muggles MacLeod is the first furriend we made on Catster, and we feel bad that we haven't spoken for awhile. We love her because she is a beautiful grey and white cat who sings sweetly at night-time.
4) Tam is a wonderful and special kitty with the best eyesight out of every-cat in the world! He even has 2 pages.
5) Rusty is such a brave boy who deserves to rule over the house and get all the attention he can.
6) Jessica is our new feral furriend with extra toes-so cute! She is such a thoughtful kitty who brings her meowmy presents to share with the family.
7) Bosco is a handsome boy with lovely fur. He has a wonderful and caring human who helps him with his special needs, as well as helping other kitties in need.
8) Deuce is a pretty white kitty with the most beautiful eyes. We're glad she found her meowmy because she gives her everything she deserves.
9) Shadow is a gorgeous kitty we admire so much for fighting through so much pain in her life. We pray and purr every day that there will be a cure for her very soon.
10) Mitzi is a beautiful little black and white kitten with the cutest little nose ever! We look forward to watching her grow up.
September 9th 2007 4:16 pm
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Well, it's about time my mom wrote another diary entry for me! I'd do it myself but my paws are too big to hit the keys one at a time. All I ever end up typing is gibberish!
First off I'd like to announce how happy I am to be the 'All Fur Fun' Cat of the Day, MEOW!!!
Next I would like you all to know that my mommy hasn't been on catster very often in the last few months because she has been so busy with this silly work business, as well as doing this silly schoolwork business at home on the computer. She told me she is studying hard so that she can be a human vet; I think the word she used is 'nurse'. She would like to apologize to all her feline friends and her corralled kitties for ignoring them for so long. Now my mommy is only working a couple of days a week so she can do her school work AND have a little fun on the side! YAY!
---------------------Update on the new kitty under the porch-------------------------
We have a permanent outside cat that lives in our laundry room. She is orange and beautiful, and we have named her Ginger. We believe she has something wrong with her that makes her unable to get pregnant. We know she has been in heat numerous time and have seen the other males in the neighborhood...well, you know. Still, we've never seen any evidence of her being pregnant or seen any evidence of kittens. This is a good thing, of course, because while we want to take care of all the feral cats in our neighborhood, we don't need more litters of kittens born into the wild-especially since we don't know if she has any communicable diseases.
She is truly a feral cat, as she will not let anyone get too close. I have been feeding her for 8 months now and I've never been able to get closer than about 3 feet away. She has a nice box with a blanket in it to sleep, which is close to our furnace so she can stay warm in the winter. She has 2 boyfriends that are also orange, and they like to hang out together in our yard. One of them has squinty eyes, and the other one looks like a tabby with different shades of orange and a white belly. We don't know what to name them yet so any suggestions would be great!!!
We also have another feral cat who seems to be relatively new to the area. He looks like he's still young (maybe not even a year old yet), and he's a tabby that we have named Scamp. He's very skittish of everyone and everything, but he does come up on the porch to eat at night. He's only been around our area for about 2 months now and we're hoping he can get used to humans at least a little bit.
So, in addition to me (the most important kitty), we have 4 outside kitties that we feed, and a family of raccoons. All the orange kitties are pretty used to us now and they no longer run when they see us-as long as we don't get too close. Scamp (the young tabby), takes off as soon as he catches a glimpse of us, so we have to be very sneaky to take a look at him (or her-we don't know yet). We're working on getting some pictures of our adopted outside cats so that we can make them each their own pages. Look for them soon!
Anyway, my mom has to go and do some schoolwork stuff, so bye for now!
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