Age: 10 Years Sex: Female
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June 27th 2004
Conversations, wrestling with Penguin, laying with her favorite human, left-wing social revolutions.
Whistling, conservatives, social/political oppression
Penguin, whatever small object can be found on the floor
She can carry on a conversation.
Jay found a small black cat on his doorstep in West Philly. He took her in, named her Rogue and spoiled her with toys, fresh meat and filtered water.
Jay moved to China for an undetermined amount of time and sent Rogue to stay with Dave and Dayna in Hatboro, Penn. Not longer after, Dave, a talented folk musician, and Dayna, each co-owners of Curbside Records, decided it was time to spread their music across the country. Jay was not back from China, and did not intend to return anytime soon. He told Dave and Dayna to find a good home for Rogue.
Vince was living in the Manayunk section of Philly with three girls and an obese cat named Jinga. It was decided that Jinga could use a playmate to encourage her to move her paws and shed a pound or two. Vince expressed that he would love to have a black cat, and name her Emma, after social hero Emma Goldman. Just days later, word reached Vince that Rogue, a black cat, was looking for a new home.
Dave and Dayna were delighted that Vince was willing to take Rogue, knowing he would give her a great home.
Upon arrival at her new home, Rogue's name changed to Emma Rogue, and Rogue was soon dropped. She certainly got Jinga up and running quite often.
About a year later a kitten, Penguin, was introduced to the home. The three quickly bonded, taking turns wrestling and cleaning each other.
After another year passed, Emma and Penguin moved to Lake Tahoe in Nevada, where they currently live, leaving Jinga alone (with her human, Natalia) in Philly.
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I've Been On Catster Since:
|November 7th 2007
||More than 6 years!
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