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Punkin Pie, Pun-Kin, Kitty Pie, Baby Kitty, Punkin Pooter, Squishy Belly, Punkin Bigfoot, Momma's Favorite Kitty, Perfect Darling, Queen of All
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Being the boss. She loves getting massages, sleeping with her Momma and Daddy, being pampered, being worshipped and being told she is lovely. And she loves Kibble Time! She also enjoys playing in water, hanging out in the sink & getting people kisses.
She doesn't care for it if someone momentarily forgets that she is Punkin Kitty Pie, Queen of All. If that happens, Punkin delivers a swift smiting.
Ping-pong balls! We probably have 40 of them -- I throw them and call, "Ping Pong, Punkin!" and she bounces after them.
Favorite Nap Spot:
At night, she sleeps between my knees. During the day, anywhere will do.
Punkin eats Nutro Natural Choice Indoor Cat formula kibbles. She also enjoys Bil-Jac kitty treats, and drinking milk from my glass.
Punkin loves to hang upside-down. She is a circus kitty! She also talks to us a lot.
We adopted Punkin from the local Humane Society when she was just a wee kitten. We immediately fell in love with her. She and I bonded very closely, very quickly, and I love her so much; I don't think I have ever felt so close to any animal. Punkin is our first cat so we did a lot of reading about them and learned how to communicate with her and train her. As you can see, she has calico colors and she also has very large feet (she did grow into her ears a little, though). She talks to me all day; she is very vocal, and now she has Kwdlu's kittens to keep her busy. She loves to be held and bounced and sung to, and we carry on a running conversation all day. She LOVES hanging upside-down and will position herself that way when we hold her in our arms. She puts her front paws straight out and purrs and purrs when she is hanging. She also sometimes joins me in the shower. Punkin is also very affectionate and loves to be kissed, touched, rubbed (especially on her belly!), and scratched on the chin.
I never thought that within a year, we would have four cats and a dog -- and it all started with the extraordinary Punkin! We worried that adopting additional cats would make her unhappy, but we just didn't give her enough credit -- she loves playing with her kitty "brothers" and teaching everyone who's boss. Winky follows her every move, and is learning how to act just like her.
Don't forget -- ALWAYS spay or neuter your pets; Declawing is MUTILATION; DON'T breed or buy while homeless animals die!
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January 21st 2005 6:14 pm
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On Tuesday, the female human told me that I was going to the vet, and off we went. Of course, I knew what that meant, but I remembered that I hadn't yet reported on this vet thing. Basically, a vet is a health care provider for animals. When I was first kidnapped and forced to live with these people, they took me to a different vet, and I have to say that this new vet is a lot better -- he takes my temperature with an ear thermometer, and the old one ... well, he took it a different way. In any case, this vet is not a bad guy, but you'd think that someone who had spent his whole career caring for cats would understand that felines are inherently superior to humans (and to every other species). This particular vet apparently did not -- he addressed all questions and comments to the female human, as if I couldn't understand what he was saying! Of course, I am capable of more sophisticated conversation than any human, but whatever. And he kept talking down to me, and calling me "Pretty Punkin." Yes, well, certainly I am pretty, but I'm so much more than that! I suppose that no mere human will ever understand that. All in all, the vet visit wasn't horrible -- after all, he only looked at my bottom, and I know it could have been much worse.
December 30th 2004 7:04 am
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Not much to report here. These humans sure are dumb, but that's not exactly news to the feline community.
Here are some examples:
1 - Every morning, the humans go into a tiled room and willingly stand under a waterfall. They get completely wet, and they stay in there for at least 10 minutes. No one forces them to do this! I watch in awe every day -- it fascinates me.
2 - Neither the female nor the male understand how important and wonderful fur is. The female shaves her legs and under her arms, and the male shaves his face. I think humans might be semi-attractive if they were covered in fur, like cats (of course, there is no way that any human could ever be as good-looking as a cat), but apparently humans prefer the hairless look.
There are numerous other things I could list, but what's the point?
Unfortunately for the cat community, I have discovered that until cats grow opposable thumbs, humans will likely continue to rule the world (though cats can take over control of households, it is not likely that this control can be achieved at the legislative scale without those thumbs). Opposable thumbs seem to be the only thing that is keeping them on top, frankly, but I don't know how cats can manage to get some of their own. I will have to investigate further.
In the meantime, I am happy to report that a good number of humans seem perfectly content to serve as slaves to their feline masters. (Of course, this will be good practice for when felines are in charge of everything.) As a result, I am comfortable and well-fed, fairly content, and well-rested. I will continue to observe the humans, and report as necessary.
September 11th 2004 12:30 pm
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This is my new diary, where I will record information I have observed about these inferior human beings, as well as tips for running the world.
I am called Punkin Kitty Pie (but I prefer to be known as Queen of All) and I live in a house with two big dumb humans, an even dumber dog, and three other kitties. The other kitties are, as far as I can tell, not fellow imposters.
I spend most of my day napping and being worshipped, and also observing the humans. I will soon know enough about their race to conquer them all, but for now, I have two of them who do my bidding. All I have to do is look cute and purr and meow and they love it. These huge beings do not even have claws and yet they manage to come up with good food for themselves and for me and the rest of the household. I have not yet solved this mystery but it has something to do with the big white box in the kitchen and bags of something called "groceries." Apparently, they aren't smart enough to catch and kill their food.
I must go now -- if I spend too much time at the computer, Mom might notice that something is up (yeah, like that'll ever happen) so I should go do something dumb now to throw her off, like chase my tail.
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