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"Thank you to Twix's Mom for creating this beautiful image"
Sex: Female Weight: 10 lbs.
|Home:Tooradin, Australia ||[I have a diary!] |
"Thank you to Angel, Merlin and Mason's Mum for this lovely picture"
"Things we thought we'd never see - Zephyr and me together in harmony!"
"Me in the days when I was an only cat"
"I'm MOL-ing about something here"
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"Mummy's favourite photo of me"
"Always an angel, now an angel at the Bridge. You can see my lovely fur clearly here"
"I was DOTD 24th July 2010"
"OK, so I'm flexible!"
"My Satan face" [See My CatsterPlus Photo Book]
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Miss Tara, Tara-Ra-Boom-Di-Ay
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January 1st 2000
Cardboard boxes, shiny things
Favorite Nap Spot:
In the linen cupboard
Purina Pro Plan
Tara was a pound cat. I went to the RSPCA to give a new home to an adult cat, Tara was the very last one they showed me, cringing in a cardboard box.
Tara is a total wussy pussy, scared of just about everything and every one, and is terrified of Zephyr in particular, because Zephie bullies her mercilessly. At night when Zephyr is asleep, Tara will cautiously creep up to Mummy's bed for a cuddle.
Tara went to the Bridge on 27th July 2010 after a battle with intestinal lymphoma. She is now a shining little angel.
If They Can't See Me They Can't Get Me
The Groups I'm In:
**~Australian Pups 'n' Kittys~**, ♫ THE KIT KAT CLUB ♫ ®, A Catster Winter Carnival, Administrators of Catster & Dogster Groups, Brusselball, Multiple Cat households!!!, Scaredy Cat Group, The Kitties' Club (TKC)
The Last Forum I Posted In:
Cathy's and Stumpy's solstice wedding
I've Been On Catster Since:
|October 2nd 2007
||More than 6 years!
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Rosette, Star and Special Gift History
for 2237 days
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January 1st 2011 2:11 am
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New Year's blessings from the Rainbow Bridge to all my friends.
It would have been my eleventh birthday today. Mummy says she would like me to share another memory, so I'm going to talk about my friend Digby.
Digby was a huge Abyssinian that used to live in the block of flats where I first went to live with Mummy. He was very outgoing and friendly. He would visit our flat and we would romp and play. One day we were playing hide and seek, and Digby hid behind the door and leapt out at me. I got such a fright my fur puffed up and then went down again a second later when I realised it was him. Mummy still remembers it, she'd never seen a fat tail come and go so quickly!
October 15th 2010 7:20 am
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When Mummy was registering her details at the RSPCA to pick me up, she asked if they knew what my name was. Yes, she was told, her name is Tar. Mummy stared at them. "Tar?" she said. "You mean like in, road tar? The stuff you drive cars on?"
That's right, they affirmed.
"Well, that's just an awful name for a cat", Mummy thought to herself, but in case I was used to it, she decided to change it to something similar, and she thought Tara was much prettier.
(BTW we apologise to any actual Tars on Catster, and we know there is at least one. The funny thing is, Mummy often used to call me "Tar" for short!)
September 18th 2010 6:57 am
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Mummy couldn't take me home from the RSPCA straight away, I had to be spayed first. (When I was surrendered by my former owners, I already had a litter of kittens. They were surrendered too.) She went to pick me up a couple of days after she first saw me, and the staff at the RSPCA said "Are you sure you want this one? She's very timid. She may never go outside, is that a problem?" Mummy said no to the last question; not if she is happier that way. They opened the carrier for a last peek, and said what beautiful fur I had, and then I was in the car riding to my new home. Naturally I was terrified, and when I was released I bolted straight behind the washing machine and stayed there for about 2 hours. Every so often I looked up to see this strange human face peering at me, so I made myself really, really small. But after a while I got hungry and uncomfortable. Then I heard a kind voice speaking to me, and I smelled cat crunchies! Cautiously I came out towards the human that was offering me the kibble. I sensed that she was going to take care of me, so I rubbed my scent on her and ate some kibble. Hooray, I had a home and a human of my own!
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