Scoots *In Loving Memory*


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Home:Nashville, TN  
Sex: Male   Weight: 10 lbs.

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Nicknames:
Scooter, Booger & Boogie

Quick Bio:
-mixed breed-pound cat

Likes:
Sleeping on the counters (where he isn't suppose to be),shedding and consuming any dairy product he can find!

Pet-Peeves:
He doesn't have a whole lot of pet peeves (he is pretty agreeable) but he cannot stand it when I pick the white hairs out of his black fur. He finds that highly annoying.

Favorite Toy:
Toy?? Whatever he isn't suppose to be playing with at the time.

Favorite Nap Spot:
On top of the counter, on top of the heater (he is going to be mad come winter) and on top of the kitchen table.........there is definately a trend here.

Favorite Food:
Tuna fish, yogurt and cheese

Skills:
He's a charmer!! Everybody loves him and can you blame them?!

Dwells:
indoors

Arrival Story:
When I was twelve years old my family went on vacation. When we returned home we discovered that the love of my life, Bunny, had been attacked and killed by a dog. I was heartbroken. We went a couple of months without another cat but I couldn't stand not having a kitty around. So in April of 1993 my aunt called with the news of a kitten than had been brought into the shelter where she worked. Of course that kitten was my Booger. My father brought him home and he was the single most adorable kitten on the face of the earth!! (I'm not biase or anything.) And I shortly there after fell in love again.

Bio:
Scoots currently resides in the beautiful Charleston, South Carolina, where he has lived for 2 years. Prior to that he was born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama. In his short eleven years he has done a lot of moving around. After a month of fighting with Feline Chylothorax, my sweet kitty finally gave into the disease on January 8th, 2005. He wasn't responding to the medication and his chest was being tapped once a week to drain it of the constantly building fluid. Myself and the veterinarian were optimistic that his condition would improve but on the morning of January 8th his condition went from okay to critical over the course of a few hours. Within five minutes after arriving at the veterinarians office Scoots passed away. I miss him dearly and he will always occupy a huge place in my heart. "Our animals shepard us through certain eras of our lives. When we are ready to turn the corner and make it our own...they let us go. (Author Unknown)

I've Been On Catster Since:
August 27th 2004 More than 9 years!

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Catster Id:
66615


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