Ramona Q. Hatezthedogg


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Home:Pasadena, CA  
Age: 20 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 11 lbs.

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Nicknames:
ramona pomona, pooh, little one, angel face, furry monster, ramona girl, rah-mo-nana, Miss Thing, sassy cat

Quick Bio:
-mixed breed-cat rescue

Likes:
belly rubs, pounce treats, milk, drinking from the dog's water bowl, laying in the sun, supervised adventures out in the yard

Pet-Peeves:
the dog, flea bites, the dog, riding in the car, the dog, trips to the vet, and the dog

Favorite Toy:
not so much into toys anymore, but anything with catnip still interests her

Favorite Nap Spot:
any sunny spot

Favorite Food:
tuna and milk- seperately, not together!

Skills:
if lounging like a furry princess is a skill, she's got it mastered

Dwells:
indoors

Arrival Story:
Poor Ramona has been shuffled around a bit. Her first owner got her as a kitten, had her completely declawed (eek!) dropped her for a "few days" at a kennel, and never came back for her. Fortunately the people at the kennel were lovely and looked after her, had her spayed when the time came and took all-around great care of her. I was living in one of my first apartments and having grown up with cats, wanted to get one of my own. I knew the manager of the kennel, who introduced me to Ramona (then Hunter), and it was a match! She has been with me ever since...

Bio:
Ramona has always been an only pet. She likes being an only pet. She likes having me all to herself. A couple of years ago my husband came along. Grudgingly, she learned to accept this new person (tummy rubs and treats from him helped), and to share me with him. This was tolerable and life was okay until the Black Menace arrived at our house. We rescued a 7 week old Lab mix puppy thinking that as long as the cat was bigger than the dog, at least for a while, the transition would be easier. Not so. To this day, the dog loves the cat and wants to play, and Ramona wants no part of it and resents the dog's presence infinitely. We feel that the situation may have been different, had Ramona had claws and been able to establish for herself her standing with the dog. Alas, she is only able to slap the dog with the equivalent of a small wad of cotton balls, resulting in an even more excited dog/annoyed cat. Sigh.

Lives Remaining:
6 of 9

I've Been On Catster Since:
August 9th 2004 More than 10 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Catster Id:
58077


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