Photo Comments Age: 6 Years Sex: Male Weight: 10 lbs.
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Dimeech, Mister Meech, Moochie, Micci, Dima
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July 1st 2007
doing naughty things, bothering sis when she doesn't want to be bothered, hanging out on the couch with you, having his belly rubbed, playing chase, meow complaining
getting his nails cut, not being fed exactly on time, the word "no"
his turquoise/gold or purple/gold crackle foil toy that he goes nuts for, and after 5 minutes, knocks it under the couch. the flying bird and the flying feather snake, his pet mice
Favorite Nap Spot:
on mom and dads laps, curled up in between our legs on the bed
greenies, fish flakes, any type of human food he's not allowed to eat, wheat grass
he's got the ability to telepathically know where you don't want him to go, i.e. the counter, the stove, etc...immediately making friends with everybody that visits
It was love at first sight. He was only 3.5 weeks old, and he was so comfortable in our arms. A couple weeks later we chose his sister, Viola. We had to wait a month because they were too young at the time, and now, they are both the loves of our lives and full of energy and personality.
Dimitri is an Egyptian Mau/Domestic short-hair mix with a major personality. He's always wheelin' and dealin', doing something scandalous(or attempting to), making you laugh and making your heart melt all at the same time. He's very laid back, energetic, almost human like, and probably thinks he's a dog because he's constantly following us around wherever we go. He's recently discovered the art of 'chase'. He's the class clown, best all around, and most likely to be president all in one awesome kitty.
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Mister Meech is in the hiz-ouse!!
The Groups I'm In:
Egyptian Mau, Egyptian Maus of Catster, Special Needs Cats
I've Been On Catster Since:
|March 29th 2008
||More than 5 years!
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