Jester (1988-2007)

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Picture of Jester (1988-2007), a female Domestic Shorthair

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"When I was young I was a great mouser. Here I am at 19 with a velvety toy mouse that I loved."

Home:Sacramento, CA  
Sex: Female   Weight: 14 lbs.

Flaunting my belly

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"Flaunting my belly"


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"I'm in the middle with my blood sister Strangelove above and adopted sisyer Sassy on the chair"

I loved sunbathing in the garden

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"I loved sunbathing in the garden"

This is me getting acupuncture.  You can see the little pink needles down my back.

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"This is me getting acupuncture. You can see the little pink needles down my back."

Happy Halloween

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"Happy Halloween"

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Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Sun Sign:
Rainbow Bridge
Quick Bio:
-mixed breed-cat rescue

October 1st 1988


Snuggling, accupuncture!

not being queen of the cats

Favorite Toy:
cat nip mice

Favorite Nap Spot:
under the rose bushes, inside cupboards

Favorite Food:
beef heart

Can open cupboards

indoors and outdoors

Arrival Story:
I adopted Jester and her sister Strangelove from the Cats Protection League. They were 10 months old and had had a pretty rough start. They were super skinny and had kittens and were rescued by the RSPCA from owners who were neglecting their pets.

Jester came with me when I moved to the US and as she got older she loved the California climate and sunbathing in the garden. Her ashes are sprinkled in the garden where she liked to snooze under the rose bushes.

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Increased water intake/urination should I be concerned?

Jester used to love her accupuncture sessions. When she got older she developed IBS and the only traditional treatment was prednizone which wasn't great for her since she was borderline diabetic. I decided to try alternative treatment 1st and my vet gave me the name of another vet who was also trained in traditional chinese medicine/accupuncture. To my great surprise Jester took really well to the accupuncture and would sit there purring for 20 mins during the treatments. After a couple of months she was cured and lived out the rest of her life without the discomfort of IBS. The bottom photo shows Jester getting accupuncture - you can see the needles down her back.

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