Kiki Alexandra


Bengal/Siamese
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Age: 8 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 8 lbs.

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Nicknames:
Keek, Keeker, Keekster, Kee-Koo, and Kakester. When Kiki is on the prowl around the house I often warn all those who will listen: "The Devil is Loose."

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

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Quick Bio:
-cat rescue

Birthday:
March 31st 2006

Coloration:
Gray and White

Favorite Toy:
Soft round cat balls

Favorite Food:
Meow Mix (canned) moist food

Dwells:
indoors

Arrival Story:
Kiki (pronounced kee-kee) is a a Bengal and Siamese cat-mix, with startling blue eyes and white/gray fur coloring. She is small in stature, with a gray-and-white striped tail. I "found" her on October 1, 2006, trapped under an upside-down laundry basket that's edges had been pushed into the gravel to keep her contained. Once I set Kiki free, she came home with me and has ruled my domain ever since. My two dogs were none-too thrilled to have a cat in their midst in the beginning, and it took several weeks before they finally accepted her completely. At first I was going to give Kiki over to the local animal shelter, but she grew on me rather quickly. I think the turning point came when Kiki, in a pique of rage because I put her in the computer room one evening, started nipping gently at my knuckles, her blue eyes crossed with anger. That she was comfortable enough to show her annoyance with me was a sign of progress. I like spunk and diverse character traits, and Kiki fits the bill.

Bio:
Kiki makes me laugh. I can just look at her face and burst out with a case of the giggles. If she were to ever turn human, she would be a prime comedian. She even tickles the funny bone of her veterinarian, and all those who have a chance to meet her. Yet the terms "hell on wheels" and "a bat out of hell" aptly describe Kiki because of her hard-playing temperament. She chases and plays with my dogs every day when the mood strikes her, and when sleepy she snuggles with them for warmth. Kiki has a sister of canine origins named Rainee Gabriella.

Forums Motto:
Her Ladyship

I've Been On Catster Since:
October 21st 2007 More than 7 years!

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Catster Id:
649280


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MEET KIKI by Her Mummy

October 21st 2007 9:04 am
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Kiki Alexandra is the newest addition to the family, and by chance she also shares a birthday with omy two dogs Foofer and Rainee (March 31), although they were obviously born in different years (Foofer in 1997, Rainee in 2004, Kiki in 2006).

Kiki (pronounced kee-kee) is a Siamese cat-mix, with startling blue eyes and white/gray fur coloring. She is small in stature, with a gray-and-white striped tail. I "found" her on October 1, 2006. The veterinarian estimated her age to be six months at the time, so I decided to give her the same birthday as Foofer and Rainee to keep it "in the family."

The name Kiki comes from my childhood - it was the same one I gave my imaginary friend when I was a child. I have a slew of nicknames for her, as I do with the dogs: Keek, Keeker, Keekster, and Keekaroni, so far.

This is part of my first blog entry regarding Kiki on 10/01/06:

"EARLY THIS MORNING I COULD HEAR THE PITIFUL CRIES OF A KITTEN OUTSIDE AFTER RETRIEVING THE SUNDAY NEWSPAPER. I STOOD ON THE FRONT PORCH BUT COULDN’T SEE ANYTHING. I STARTED CALLING OUT 'HERE KITTY, KITTY' AND THEN WALKED TOWARD THE SOUND OF THE HOWLS.

"THE DUPLEX NEXT DOOR HAS AN OPEN-FENCED PLAYGROUND OF SORTS, WITH A GRAVEL FLOOR. AS I CAME CLOSER, I COULD TELL THE MEOWING WAS COMING FROM THE PLAYGROUND. I WAS IN MY STOCKING-FEET, SO I STEPPED GINGERLY ON THE GRAVEL UNTIL I FOUND THE SOURCE OF THE CATERWAULING.

"SOMEONE HAD TAKEN A KITTEN AND PLACED IT UNDER AN UPSIDE-DOWN LAUNDRY BASKET, PUSHING IN THE EDGES SO THAT THEY SUNK INTO THE GRAVEL. THE POOR KITTEN WAS TRAPPED, AND OBVIOUSLY MISERABLE. I PULLED UP THE LAUNDRY BASKET AND CARRIED THE KITTEN BACK TO MY HOUSE. SHE SEEMED HEALTHY ENOUGH, IF NOT A LITTLE STRESSED AND TIRED.

"I AM FURIOUS AT THE BLATANT ABUSE OF AN ANIMAL; IF I KNEW WHO THE CAT BELONGED TO I WOULD TRY TO FIND OUT WHAT REALLY HAPPENED. I HAVE NO IDEA WHO THE OWNER IS. THE PEOPLE LIVING IN THE DUPLEX ALREADY HAVE A CAT, A BLACK AND WHITE MALE NAMED OREO, BUT I HAVE NEVER SEEN THE NEW LITTLE FELINE BEFORE TODAY."

The above entry is from the archives at my Irish Eyes web log:
http://deborahotoole.tripod.com/IrishEyes/

Kiki makes me laugh. I can just look at her face and burst out with a case of the giggles. If she were to ever turn human, she would be a prime comedian. She even tickles the funny bone of her veterinarian, and all those who have a chance to meet her. Yet the terms "hell on wheels" and "a bat out of hell" aptly describe Kiki because of her hard-playing temperament. She chases and plays the dogs every day when the mood strikes her, and when sleepy she snuggles with Foofer and Rainee.

The dogs were none-too thrilled to have a cat in their midst in the beginning, and it took several weeks before they finally accepted her completely. At first I was going to give Kiki over to the local animal shelter, but she grew on me rather quickly. I think the turning point came when Kiki, in a pique of rage because I put her in the computer room one evening, started nipping gently at my knuckles, her blue eyes crossed with anger. That she is now comfortable enough to show her annoyance with me is a sign of progress. I like spunk and diverse character traits, and Kiki fits the bill.

 
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