Skills: alerting hoomans their mobile phone is vibrating on silent!
Arrival Story: Today (2nd February 2008) I was sitting in my cage at the RSPCA thinking this was another typical day. I had been there for ages. Everyone seemed to want the cute kittens or the svelt younger cats. People would come by and make comments like "look at that big cat!". Then, while waiting for breakfast, these 2 people came by. They chatted and then were let around to come and pat me. I love pats and scratches. They seemed nice. They then disappeared to look at other cats. I thought "here we go again, they'll pick someone else". Then, they were back. a cat carrier appeared and I was popped in. Not happy! It was hot and a bit squishy (so I have a few curves, what good girl doesn't!). Before I knew it I was in the car and then at a strange house. I hid under the bed awhile but, hey they gave me food! Gee, I'm even allowed to sleep on the couch and on the beds! I think I'm going to like it here!
Bio: Lucy's story was that she had been handed in when her previous owners moved. She was described on the web site as 'no Lucy Lui" with comments about her broad bottom! How could we pass up a cute cat like that! Also as an older kitten we knew she would struggle to find a home. She was so friendly, giving purrs and finger kisses and head butts, how could we turn her down! Poor Lucy, she is in a house with four cat lovers who will spoil her rotten!
meowmy put a box down next to me and said 'here is a box for a box cat'. what is a cat meant to do? yes, how could I resist. She went back to doing stuff in the kitchen and I jumped in. Ooooh! wonderful! Daddy came by and saw me and gave me big pats and then tuna! I was a wonderful box cat from the planet box!