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"String Game"

Age: 13 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 10 lbs.
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Floating in the Flowers

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Special Gift Box:
The family of Luke, Tully, Sammy and Natasha
Harley ~ DB #173a

Bibi Girl, Beebarella, BooBoo, Madame Mouser, Beauty Girl

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Sun Sign:
January 1st 2002

Black and White

Being petted, playing, hunting

Having a stranger's hand in front of her face

Favorite Toy:
Cat dancer

Favorite Nap Spot:
Window box or bed

Favorite Food:

Hunter, getting along with other cats


Arrival Story:
Adopted from a cat shelter. I knew she was the kitty girl for me because she was alert and interested in her photo. No scaredy cat here.

Bebe was born in a drainpipe in an urban cat colony. She was rescued and brought to the shelter where I adopted her when she was two or so. She can hold her own against any cat but is not by nature the alpha. She is my guard cat, always coming to check out who has arrived. Her past life on the street keeps her relaxed by at a distance until she knows you--then she is the biggest sweetheart. DDP - Dec. 19, 2008 DDP-May 10, 2010 DDP-May 28, 2011

Lives Remaining:
9 of 9

Forums Motto:
Love Bug

DDP Feb. 11, 2011, Feb. 23, 2011, Sept. 3, 2011, July 6, 2012, Oct. 8, 2013

I've Been On Catster Since:
August 7th 2007 More than 7 years!

Rosettes Given In The Past Month:

Special Gifts Given In The Past Month:
Worlds Coolest Fluffy & Alex
Hazel Lucy - My Angel
Hazel Mazel (Mazie)

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for 2617 days

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March 6th 2015 1:42 pm
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Yes I ate some peanuts last night. Meowmie put some in a little dish next to her water on the little table next to the sofa where she watches tv. Before she settled down I got onto the arm of the sofa and stuck my nose and mouth into the peanut dish.

Rattle rattle rattle! Meowmie heard the telltale sign of a cat invasion in her private food territory. Bibi!, she exclaimed. What are you doing? She took the dish into the kitchen, grabbed a spoon and put some of the offending peanuts into my food dish. Wow! crunch and munch, crunch and munch, yummers and down they went along with the wet food left in my dish.

All went rather well until the morning when Meowmie awoke to the sound of my barfing up the peanuts. Gross! I guess there won't be any more peanuts for me.


Flea Free in 2015?

February 20th 2015 10:43 am
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I read somewheres in Catster that I5 is working on making Catsterland flea free in 2015! they are aiming for the spring. and to bring back features we are all missing. Pursonally I would be delighted to catabrate The Spring Without Fleas. Kind of sounds like a made for tv movie (MOL)!


Spring Around the Corner

February 10th 2015 5:50 am
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This is Toosday. Meowmie has a second snow day from work -- that's right, two in a row. I'm furry glad to keep her company as she writes my diary. I'm in my basket with an old full of holes sweater to make it warm and cozy.

Poor meowmie! She got up extra early and did everything to get ready for work, including checking for any messages. There weren't any. So she put on all her layers and re-shoveled the front porch and steps and front walkway. Then she took a deep breath and started up the hill and then down the hill to the bus stop. She only made it halfway down the hill because the cars coming up the hill were skidding and sliding and spinning their wheels. Meowmie was hiding in a driveway opening while this was going on and decided to go home. She called work and those @#$% people closed the office but didn't tell anyone until 7:00 am! Poor meowmie-she checked at 6:30.

So the moral of the story is that the early bird doesn't necessarily catch the worm. Or maybe there's more than one worm in that basket. Or there's a silver worm hiding in every basket?

Anyhoo I hear spring is around the corner, which right now isn't a big consolation because the corners are soooo high. They are higher than the tallest thing I can jump up on. They are like skyscrapers for cats!

If you're in the snow zone like us please be extra careful outside, stay warm and nap!

Purrs, Bibi

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