Georgie


Breed Unknown
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Home:Burlington, ON  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 11 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 15 lbs.

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Nicknames:
anything that rhymes with Georgie or George + Monkey Punky, puddin pie... the list goes on

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

Quick Bio:
-mixed breed-cat rescue

Coloration:
Gray and White

Likes:
spazzing out or sitting on a lap

Pet-Peeves:
kids, large birds

Favorite Toy:
toy mice, feet, laser pointer

Favorite Nap Spot:
On my bed

Favorite Food:
Holistic Blend & Solid Gold Tuna wet

Skills:
Does great backflips & scares the UPS man

Dwells:
indoors

Arrival Story:
I actually never wanted a cat. In fact, I never liked cats. I was always... and am still, a dog person. Being that I still live with my parents, I can't have a dog. They didn't want a cat in the house either, but that was before Georgie. I was at school at Trent University in '03 and went home most weekends. One October day on my way back to school while driving along the 115, I saw a little creature in the ditch between hwys. The hwy was pretty deserted so my natural reaction was to slow down to see what this little fluff ball was. When I saw it was a tiny little kitten I stopped and slowly approached him. He was a little timid at first but soon I was able to get a hold of him. He was pretty cold but looked otherwise healthy. The little guy hitched a ride home with me nestled on my shoulder. When I went back to visit my parents, I told them that I had to keep him because there were too many cats and kittens and not enough homes and if I took him to a shelter he may get put down...... obviously, it worked ;) Georgie took many trips with me too and from Peterborough, but now we've settled back in Burlington.

Bio:
Georgie has had many health problems growing up but he is the sweetest cat ever. He is very affectionate and much more like a dog. He loves to sniff everybody who comes to the door and follow me wherever I go. He's quite a tall boy with a very shiney plush coat and when people first meet him their reaction is more often than not, "wow"... Other than that, he's a real clown of a boy. He LOVES to play with my 2 aquariums and is TERRIFIED of my mom's African Grey Parrot. He is very very very spoiled and he knows it. He absolutely MUST have the best of everything, and he gets it too.

Lives Remaining:
5 of 9



I've Been On Catster Since:
September 2nd 2004 More than 10 years!

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Catster Id:
69167


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Mr. ragdoll melty man

July 16th 2008 11:26 pm
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*snicker* okay okay, I know the title sounds a bit odd but hear me out. Have you ever tried hiding from your human and then been found out? Of course, happens all the time, am I right? Well they might be able to find you, they might even be able to catch up to you, BUT - with a bit of practice you can make it nearly impossible for your human to pick you up without even having to put in all the effort of struggling!!

It works especially well when the human is carrying something in one hand and has to pick you up in one arm. Just throw yourself on the floor and melt into the ground! It's that easy, I'm not even kidding! My human tries and tries but I just flop around on the ground like I'm a ragdoll... oh, and when I say ragdoll I'm not talking about the poofy cat breed!

Anyways, when she manages to pick me up, she'll have an arm around my chest and my back paws will be dangling. If she supports me with her other arm then she's won (I'm still working on that)... but if she doesn't all I have to do is casually raise up my front paws and I slide right out! So there you have it - the lazy cat's guide to escape!

This works best if you're a larger cat of course. If you're just a little guy then I think you're SOL

 

We must unite and fight against the white stuff!!

November 27th 2007 8:52 pm
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Yes, it’s been a couple of years since I’ve written. I’m quite a busy guy you know and I’ve had no time to write until now… now when some disgusting *thing* has come upon us and ruined my meticulous schedule! I look outside and I see this white fluff polluting the air and settling into the ground – why these humans aren’t doing anything about it I don’t know but somebody must stop this! This is the fourth time I’ve seen this kind of thing in my life and I have a feeling I’m going to be seeing more! The humans call it “snow” but ugh – that word sounds much too pretty for that disgusting litter. Have you touched this stuff?! When I was a wee one I thought it was entertaining for a short while but come on, enough is enough! It’s wet, and cold and, and… I just can’t go out in that mess!! Who will rise up with me and fight against this madness? Who will stand up for beautiful sunny days with plenty of bees and butterflies to chase? I am fully willing to lead this battle if anyone wants to join. I will organize and delegate and cheer everyone on!!!
…. From indoors of course.

 

yearly shots? I think not!

February 10th 2005 9:16 pm
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The time of year is coming where I am due at the vet for my shots. Little does my mum know, I have been reading up on all kinds of diversion tactics. I know what you're thinking now. You're thinking I'd use the kind of tactics you would expect from a cat... a little hide-and-go-seek or "but lookit how cute I am". Well, that's not my style, you must know that I am much too sophisticated for that kind of nonsense... it doesn't work, trust me... I know.

This is war, and that calls for drastic measures. Think, what is needed to take me to the vet for my shots? a car... and money! That's right, now you've got it! I'm hitting them both!

Recently, my mum got her transmission serviced. The mechanic explained that the axel boots had split and were leaking oil, that it would only be a week before they dry up and completely damage the axel. Hear that? they split... from wear and tear? or from the dreaded claws of mighty Georgie?! Well, she'll never know, will she? Also, mysteriously, the car battery is beginning to fail... now I wonder what could be causing this... she'll never know, because YOU will NEVER tell her!!

MWAHAHAHAHAAAAAA......................

Looks like those shots are just going to have to wait! time for nite nite ;)

Georgie.

 
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