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Long Live Linda

American Wirehair/American Shorthair
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Kitty #2

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Quick Bio:
-purebred-cat rescue

Black and White

can't remeber


Favorite Toy:

Favorite Nap Spot:
In a cat bed.

Favorite Food:
Cat Food.

Yes. She helped her sister while she was parlyzed.


Arrival Story:
Well--- i was young and my mom wanted a cat. We found one-- her but she had a twin Katalina-- named after me in Spanish. They were no bigger than my hand when we adopted them, but then we took them 2 months later. She was abandoned, I think. In Guatemala, they hate cats. That was bad for Katalina.

Katalina was mean and i have no photos of her, sadly. She died at 1. Why? Well Animal Rights has not come in in Guatemala and a old lady next door parlyzed her for life with a broom stick. She was then put to sleep. Linda died of blood cancer in South Africa. She got there before we did.

Forums Motto:
Linda on the inside, Linda on the out

I've Been On Catster Since:
May 18th 2008 More than 8 years!

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What Linda was Like


May 20th 2008 8:15 am
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Let me being by-- this is not Linda. This is her owner's sister. Helen is just to grown up (18) to be a fun dude.

Any ways, my family moved to Guatemala when I was four. And this does not include my dad (divorced) ANYWAYS, we went to get a cat cause my sister and I were begging.
We did.

Katalina {mine [and named after me (Katherine)]} and Linda {Helen's[her name means beautiful} were found I don't know where, but in Guatemala- they hated cats. So yeah.... continuing.

They were no bigger than an average human's hand. If you had them, they would fit in your palm. So, after two months, we took them home. Katalina became a mean cat (what? i was four, and barely ready for a cat) and Linda, well she was Linda. We had many fun times untill one day--

Katalina had not shown up for weeks. Where she was? How was she? Was she hungry? This was normal. She left plenty of times. And each time I saw her, I let her into the kitchen. But-- she was dragging her hind legs. So I went up to get my dad, and he came running down and started yelling at me for letting her in a making it more stressful. He didn't know the rules were that they were alowed in the kitchen. Harsh.

And so she died. A lady next door hit her on the back with a broomstick and well, no animal rights were there.

THEN we sent Linda to South Africa. And she died of blood cancer. The vets in Guatemala aren't that good, mind you. So the last time I saw her was on May Something, 2003.

And she died in June.

So, we went to South Africa, got another cat named Lucy. She was half african wild cat and got run over. She could catch birds TWICE HER SIZE as a KITTEN!!!!!! BUT--- all the cats that we don't have photos off, I'm afraid the dudes won't allow cause they won't be real. So yeah.

Sad cat story.

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