Skills: annoying us enough to open the door and let him out
indoors and outdoors
Arrival Story: Cappie is actually the dog my son wanted. We don't have time for a dog in this house hold. My son has always wanted one, but we are not home enough to meet the needs of a puppy. So- my son decided he wanted a snow leopard. I called the breeder we had gotten Jeepurrs from and asked if she had any Snows available. She told me that one of her queens was pregnant and she wasn't sure who she had bred with, but maybe her snow leopard stud(Frosty Bear).The breeder said she was not going to be in the business too much longer, so I asked if she got a snow leopaard , could we please buy the kitten. She called me back after the litter was born- one died, and the surviving kitten was a snow: but she said he was deformed! He was missing one toe from his left foot! I said "That's OK- Purrcy has extra toes" and she laughed.... and said "I'm happy that you want this kitten." and that's how we got Cappie and love him , despite his missing toe.
Bio: Cappie has 3 furblings, Purrcy, who is double-pawed, Jeepurrs who is also a Bengal, and Grizzly- a rescue cat-much loved.
Lives Remaining: 9 of 9
Forums Motto: No one needs that many toes, Purrcy.
OMC!! I think I just cot the Easter Bunny's baby brother!!
He was too little to carry a basket, but I'm sure they are related.
Mumma (bad lady) took the bunny away from me and made me go in the house while she hid the baby. (and she called me "BAD BOY")
So I guess I will be hunting for the baby bunny instead of Easter Eggs! What eggsellent fun fur me!!
I sure hope I can find him again, he was a lotta fun to play with!
Mumma is looking mighty sneakitty lately...I wonder what she is up to?
She gets what she calls "tricks up her sleeve" sometimes and she gets a sneakitty look about her. That's how she looks now. I had a tick in my EAR once and that was kinda painful.
Mumma isn't real happy - but she kinda DOES look a little happier and I heard her tell Dad "in about 5 weaks..."
Once mumma got a trick up her sleeve and gave me a treat and then she grabbed me and put me into the box thingie and took me to the v-e-t. I hope in five weaks I am not going to the v-e-t!
I will tell you mumma's secret when I find out....in about 5 weaks!!
Ever since Purrcy went to the great Rainbow Bridge, the rest of us cats here in Purrland have been neglected.
Our mumma cries ALL the time. We try to cheer her up by asking fur food incessantly - but that doesn't seem to help.
I jump on her car almost efurry time she drives in and scratch up - or ummmm - enhance the paint job to the best of my ability - but she doesn't seem to care.
How can we help our Mumma?
Any cats got ideas?? Purrlease let us know!
~Prince of Yowls~