Ragdoll/Domestic Long Hair
Picture of Willow, a female Ragdoll/Domestic Long Hair

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Home:Seattle, WA  
Sex: Female   Weight: 8 lbs.

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Willis, Little Wills, Cool Breeze

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

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Quick Bio:
-mixed breed-cat rescue

Gotcha Date:
February 20th 2008

January 1st 2006

Seal Bicolor

being petted

none really!

Favorite Toy:
Da Bird of course! It is everyone's favorite!

Favorite Nap Spot:
in a lap, and/or in the sun

Favorite Food:
bonito flakes!!! and butter! plus anything she can find on the counters..

being adorable!


Arrival Story:
I adopted her on 02.20.08 from Animal Talk Rescue in Seattle. (http://animaltalkrescue.org/) I'd been thinking of getting, and very casually looking for, another kitty since I lost Charlie in Nov '06. He was the most amazing, perfect cat ever and left a big void. One day as I was searching through petfinder I saw Willow (then Mia) and was instantly struck by her good looks. I had been considering a long haired female, and have a love for Siamese type kitties. Her description sounded promising so I emailed the rescue for more info. She sounded like a good fit for my household so I decided to go meet her. It was instant love!

Willow is a super LOVE. She is very dainty and feminine and has the sweetest little meow. She loves to be petted and scratched and purrs non stop. She will sit in your lap forever, or lay on her back, legs stretch out in your lap, and loves belly rubs! She is not super playful, but does have her moments. It took 2 years but I finally trained her to play with Da Bird which she LOVES now! She mostly keeps to herself with the other cats, but does hiss every once in a while if she gets startled! She is a pretty easy-going for a girl cat, not bossy at all! She is just the sweetest little thing! I adore her. ***********NOTE: Our kitties are 100% indoor cats, that sometimes get *fully supervised* trips into the backyard to explore. Growing up we always had cats, but because they were indoor/outdoor cats, none of them ever lived more than a year before disappearing or dying. One of them was hit by a car and LIVED miraculously but needed extensive surgery, and also contracted 2 illnesses outdoors, one that she will have for life. I also now have a dog that will kill cats, and now I have to keep him leashed in my own yard because our neighbor's cats hang out in our yard. PLEASE, it is not worth the risk, keep your cats INSIDE! http://hubpages.com/hub/The-Danger s-Outside---Turn-Your-Cat-into-an- Indoor-Only-Pet

Forums Motto:
rub my belly!

I've Been On Catster Since:
February 21st 2008 More than 8 years!

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Royal (CGC CAA
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