Josie


Domestic Shorthair [See My CatsterPlus Photo Book]
Picture of Josie, a female Domestic Shorthair

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"Paw raised"

Home:Enfield, Middlesex, United Kingdom  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 7 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 8 lbs.


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Approving our cards

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"Approving our cards"

On the mantlepiece

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"On the mantlepiece"

Here to be admired

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"Here to be admired"

My special chair

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"My special chair"

Cat in a bag

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"Cat in a bag"

Out in the snow

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"Out in the snow"

Keeping warm

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"Keeping warm"

Cats abhor a vacuum - clear that shelf/box etc  and we

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"Cats abhor a vacuum - clear that shelf/box etc and we'll fill it"

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Special Gift Box:
The family of Big Harry, My Orange Angel, Patches, Angel Abigail, Angel Zack, Angel Lumi and more!
The family of Bliss (My Cherished Angel), Penelope and Minuette
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The family of Angel Hallie (5-15-96/11-7-12), Uno, Lefty, Righty, Buddha and more!
The family of Angel Hallie (5-15-96/11-7-12), Uno, Lefty, Righty, Buddha and more!
The family of Bliss (My Cherished Angel), Penelope and Minuette
 

Nicknames:
Pipkin

Kitty Complexion:
 Activeness 
sleepyvery active
 
 Intelligence 
sillygenius
 
 Curiosity 
not curiousvery curious
 
 Friendliness 
timidaffectionate
 
 Vocal 
not vocalvery vocal
 

Quick Bio:
-cat rescue

Gotcha Date:
August 17th 2007

Birthday:
May 5th 2007

Coloration:
Calico

Likes:
All being nestled on the sofa together

Pet-Peeves:
Toby pouncing on her when she's not ready

Favorite Toy:
Sticks with feathers on the end

Favorite Nap Spot:
Her own bed under my bed

Favorite Food:
Not a fussy eater but likes chicken a lot

Skills:
Manipulating me to her whims!

Dwells:
indoors and outdoors

Arrival Story:
I got a call at work from someone who had heard I love cats. Her son had found Josie in a supermarket car park but they couldn't keep her and she was looking for a home for her. Even as I was explaining that I couldn't I knew that I would. I used Henry's Catster Diary by way of reference - she wanted to be sure that Josie would be loved in her new home. How Josie came to be abandoned I will never know. She is so sweet natured and soft (and perfectly house trained). I am so glad I took her on and cannot quite believe she hasn't always been around.

Lives Remaining:
9 of 9

Forums Motto:
Where there's a will there's a way

The Last Forum I Posted In:
How did you get your name?

I've Been On Catster Since:
September 11th 2007 More than 7 years!

Special Gifts Given In The Past Month:
Penelope
Hazel Lucy - My Angel


Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Catster Id:
624480

for 2206 days


Meet my family
Henry (now an
Angel Cat,
alway
Toby

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Josie's Diary


The latest on Mollie

July 29th 2011 8:05 am
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The news on Mollie is good. She didn't move to her home when we thought as Wylma had some concerns. It is much better to make sure you have thought of everything and are certain this will be a cat's furever home than take one on and then find out you can't and you have to take it back.

Everything got sorted and Mollie now lives happily with Wylma and is very much loved and glad to be away from the RSPCA. Wylma cares a lot about her and is still learning about life with a cat and my mum has been answering her questions.

At first Mollie wouldn't eat and my mum suggested that Mollie might be like Toby and prefer fish flavoured food so she tried that and Mollie did. Toby will eat other but he likes fish best of all.

Other good news is that Wylma has a new job. She was only temping at my mum's office and needed a furever job and she has one starting in two weeks which is great news.

My good news is that I've found a new hiding place in mum's bedroom and Toby the Terror hasn't spotted it yet. I saw him run to my bed and I laughed because I wasn't there. Mum and Toby then went to look for me and mum even went outside because she didn't know where I was and I felt all safe and pleased with myself.

Then mum came in and she peeked in the cupboard and saw me and she shook her head and said to Toby that she had no idea where I could be and suggested they play chase toy mouse instead of looking for me to play with and he agreed (slightly too readily) and my secret is safe for now.

 

Molly will be home today

July 3rd 2011 3:32 am
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Molly has been at the RSPCA a lot longer than anyone ever thought she would as she had a whole string of health problems but last week they announced that she is all better and can go to her Furever home with Wylma. Wylma has visited Molly often and the shelter say they don't often see people quite so determined to give a home to one special cat.

Wylma is a bit nervous as she hasn't had a cat before but we are sure Molly has chosen wisely and they will be very happy together.

I wonder if she would like a very annoying small black kitten as well! He was licking my head this morning, the cheek of the boy!

 

My birthday

May 6th 2011 12:37 pm
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My mum forgot my birthday - so engrossed in the Toby! Shame on her and thank you to all my Catster Friends for remembering. I have treats and special foods now.

He is still here. Sometimes he is Ok but I wish he wouldn't bounce about like that. I touched him and he does feel like cat which is odd - I thought I would be able to feel the springs.

When he gets shut in at night I get to cuddle with my mum and I like that. He grumbles but he gets her most of the rest of the time. Mum says he can come out when we are Ok together so I am in no hurry.

We have news of Molly. She is still at the RSPCA as she has a very bad eye. It had looked better but is getting bad again. They are afraid she might lose it. Wylma sees her regularly and remains determined to bring her home as soon as she can; with one or two eyes as long as she is OK.

 
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