Baby - (In loving memory)

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Poo, pretty girl, puddin'

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

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Quick Bio:
-part feral

September 11th 2002


hunting, sitting in front of the fire and sleeping under the duvet in bed

being kept indoors

Favorite Toy:
a fluffy mouse

Favorite Nap Spot:
the sofa

Favorite Food:

she'd talk to people if they talked to her

indoors and outdoors

Arrival Story:
A family found her in a carpark and they took her in but then she started to scratch the furniture and then they didn't want her anymore and they put her in the shed. The woman who owned her worked with me and asked me if I wanted a kitten. I said yes, of course, as she was going to be put to sleep if she didn't get a home.

Baby was always a character. I had my little angel for five years and I moved to many different houses during those years. Her last home was a lovely cottage by the beach and there were many fields around her. I would let her out at night and she would cry to be let in in the morning. One morning I didn't hear her cry and I wondered if I'd slept on. When a neighbor came to me with her wrapped in a blanket, I was reduced to tears. My darling Baby had been hit by a car. There wasn't a scratch on her but her new collar that she had gotten the day before was broken and bits were scattered all over the road . I will never forget my sweetheart.

Forums Motto:
my fluffy hot waterbottle

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I've Been On Catster Since:
July 13th 2007 More than 9 years!

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At the rainbow bridge

Watching over the little kittens

October 6th 2007 6:32 am
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A few weeks ago, I looked down from my cloud and down at my mummy's cottage. I wondered what my mummy was doing. She wouldn't be able to see me, I'm an angel kitty now. So I looked for mummy inside her cottage, where abouts was she? I walked through the door into the kitchen and that's when I saw her. She was kneeling on the ground, stroking a little ball of fluff on her lap. I knew what it was straight away. After all, I had been one myself. It was a kitten. It was a little male tabby and he had a smudge on his nose. He jumped off her lap and she called him back. 'Smudge!' she called after him. Smudge, I thought, that's what he's called. Then I turned around to look at the rest of the kitchen. I saw another little kitten who was a greyish blue. A Russian Blue. He looked at me with unblinking eyes, but I knew he could not see me, but he must have sensed my presence. I turned again to look and see if there were any other kittens. There wern't. Mummy picked the Russian Blue up in her arms and began to stroke him gently too. I didn't know what his name was. I sniffed him but he did not notice the warm air from my nostrils. I looked up at Mummy. I wish I could sit on her lap and that she would, again, be able to pet me.

I saw a plate of cat food and I was just about to take full advantage of the free food when I thought, no I couldn't. I couldn't eat the kitten's food like that, that would just be mean. Then I turned around to see the big face of a beautiful female Russian Blue. She wasn't a kitten but she sure looked amazing. I looked down at the food and then back up at her. Could she see me? I was relieved to discover that she couldn't see me. She ate the food on the plate and then walked back to the Russian Blue kitten as it must have been hers. I thought to myself and looked up at Mummy. She had replaced me. I was almost going to cry tears of sadness but instead cryed tears of joy. She had gotten on with her life and added some new additions to the family. I would watch over the kittens for her, I would care for them just like their mother would. I looked back at them and smiled. I then flew up, through the roof and back up to my cloud. Life goes on, I said to myself. I now had little kittens to watch over for the first time in my life.


I'm diary of the day!

September 10th 2007 1:41 pm
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WOW! I'm diary of the day! I am! I am! Meooooooooooooooooooooooooow!!!
Oh, and congratulate my doggy bro, Doug, too for A Team winning bridge pup of the week! Go Doug!


Thank you for my beautiful wings, Bambi!

September 7th 2007 12:57 pm
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Oh, thank you for my wings Bambi! They are beautiful! I just love the A team because there are so many friendly doggies and kitties there and they are always ready to help. Thanks, again, Bambi!

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