Morris *adopted*

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Home:Victoria, BC, Canada  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 14 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 9 lbs.

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The Flash, Big Boy

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

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Quick Bio:
-part feral-cat rescue

Gotcha Date:
October 10th 2009

February 14th 2002

Orange Tabby

Curling up in a lap and purring

People who abandon their pets!

Favorite Toy:
Feathery fishing pole toys

Favorite Nap Spot:
Curled up on a warm lap or snuggled into the couch

Favorite Food:
Natural Balance



Arrival Story:
He has been hanging out around the dump for a few years now. He's sort of the loner out of all the other ferals around, and I think he is definitely the dominant one. He is usually only around late at night and early in the morning, and he doesn't hang out long once he's been spotted. Flash Master C is very elusive and it is difficult to get a good look at him. However, he's still part of our family, and I always make sure I leave extra food out before I go to bed at night for him. ***update*** Flash Master ended up showing a much softer and tamer side once trapped to be neutered, vaccinated, and released. I took him into my home and a rescue group I am with helped get him the vet care needed. He had all his teeth removed as he was allergic to the tartar on his own teeth and it was causing him a lot of pain. He was renamed Morris as Flash Master C no longer seemed appropriate.

Flahs Master C is becoming quite used to my presence. He no longer runs when he sees me, and he will stay calm and relaxed as long as I stay about 5 feet away. He is comfortable enough to snooze in the backyard out in the open now. He no longer runs when I see him eating. He has become so accepting of me that he is beginning to pose for pictures like his "daughter" ginger. ***update on Morris*** Morris is a lucky boy to have been such a survivor. He tested positive (twice) for FIV and FeLV, but is very healthy still. He had his story featured at an event shortly after, and finally found his forever home.

Lives Remaining:
6 of 9

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

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Shelter for us Ferals

November 1st 2007 10:29 am
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I've noticed some new stuff in my backyard.
A few days ago, I watched meowmy build a little shelter for us in the backyard. She told me it was a temporary one until she could buy a proper one or get the proper materials to build one. Seems okay to me. It is protected from the rain by the big wood cover for the firepit and it is covered by a tarp. She lined it with garbage bags and newspaper, and then put a box inside with a blanket. It's quite cozy!
There are more of these boxes with blankets in them inside the storage shelters throughout the yard. I think it's fantastic! I've got so many choices of where to sleep and they are all so comfortable now. The fronts of the boxes looks like this:

|........| entrance |..........|
|........| entrance |..........|
|______________ __|

I know, I know, I'm not the greatest at drawing, but you get the point. It's easy to get in and out of, and we can keep a good eye out on everything. It is so much warmer sleeping in a box with a blanket.
Best of all, meowmy leaves treats inside the boxes every day. Yay, bedtime snacks!!


Ginger's Dad???!!!

October 26th 2007 4:19 pm
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Well, today the nice lady who looks after me and the other ferals just made a discovery today.....I'm a dad, or she's pretty sure I am. She was taking pictures today, so I decided to pose for a few. I usually run when I see the lady, but today, I joined Ginger on the deck and let her snap away.
The picture that made her think that I'm Ginger's daddy is the second one on my page. She remarked on how much we looked alike; however, she can't be sure since she has never seen any other female kitties around other than Ginger--so who's the mommy?
Our meowmy says that she loves mysteries, and she hopes that with a little more time observing us that she can figure out our family structure. I wish her good luck!

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