Paca- REST IN PEACE March 2006

Domestic Shorthair/Breed Unknown
Picture of Paca- REST IN PEACE March 2006, a female Domestic Shorthair/Breed Unknown

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Home:San Francisco, CA  
Sex: Female   Weight: 6 lbs.

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Catso-Jammer, Paca Pussy, Paca-kitty, Gloves.

Quick Bio:
-mixed breed

sleeping all day, crawling under the blankets and sleeping next to buffy, chris, or whoever else is in the bed will do....

petting her belly, scratching top of her butt- just before the tail- leads to over-stimulation and a possible swipe/scratch. She also does not like children or anxious people, b/c they are too unpredictable.

Favorite Toy:
bugs, snakes, small birds, or anything containing catnip

Favorite Nap Spot:
any small corner or nook that is safe, small, dark and unreachable by human hands

Favorite Food:
yogurt, popcorn, tuna

professional hide n seek player


Arrival Story:
she was the runt of the litter and the only one that was all white with tiger spots. Her mother was a phychotic black feline named "Millhouse" (yes, after Richard ___ Nixon), who was unfotunately locked in a small apartment by herself 24-7 b/c her owner worked 80 hrs a week. Millhouse managed to escape her prison once, and then immediately got knocked up. Paca was the cutest one...tiny and slightly skittish. I couldn't help but take her home with me, to save her from the prison her mother lived in.

Paca is the Americanized spelling of Pakka, which means "CAT" in Swahili. (Her inital co-owner was born in Kenya). During her first few weeks with us, we relocated to santa cruz, and immediately upon arrival and setting her free in the house- she disappeared for 3 days. we thought she had escaped to roam the neighborhood. Turns out she found a dark crevace behind the stereo- no bigger that 3" square, and decided to lay low until she had the vibe of the new house all figured out. I guess she eventally came out to drink and eat, and decided that her human companions were not so bad afterall. she still likes to hide in these dark places during the day, popping out in the evening to snuggle with her human friends (even though she still treats us like furniture most of the time).

I've Been On Catster Since:
August 1st 2004 More than 12 years!

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