Pi 2004-2013 Miss you forever

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Home:New York, a  
Age: 13 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 10 lbs.

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Pie-man, Pi R squared, Pi Pie, PiMonster

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Quick Bio:
-mixed breed-pound cat


getting into and onto everything he can possibly climb - and plastic - he's got a plastic fetish and we have to keep it far from reach

being kicked off the new cat tree by Pervis

Favorite Toy:
the medium sized soft glitter ball (not the small or the large, mind you!) that he'll play fetch with as long as your arm holds out

Favorite Nap Spot:
sprawled on his back in the middle of everything

Favorite Food:
freeze dried chicken treats and dog biscuits - go figure

Astral projection, flying, levitating


Arrival Story:
We set out to get a friend for Pervis. Pervis was shy and reserved and needed a companion. I knew that the NY Humane Society has an adoption service that matches up cats with cats and cats with people. So off we went thinking I'd end up with a nice older snuggly cat - someone who could "mother" Pervis into being a more socially confident member of our small household. So my brilliant plan was explained to the adoption director who tossed it straight out the window - I decided to trust their experience and recommendation - we were introduced to a group of very huggable kittens. We picked the one who purred every time we held him - he was all black and had gorgeous oriental cat eyes. He was only 4 months old and full of energy. Wanting the best companion for Pervis and a nice affectionate kitty for myself - it was done! I turned my head to look at him one last time while in the adoption room before filling out the remaining paperwork - and he was literally climbing the walls - well, the mesh door, and was already half way up. "Oh my god!" I said quietly. What have I gotten myself into?! We still don't get much sleep after 6 mos. now. But Pi is so much joy - he's quite the talker and has all sorts of intonations for every little thing. He grunts and yowls and whines and lets you know everything he's thinking, feeling - good OR bad. He's loving and friendly and has most certainly helped Pervis overcome his shyness. It truly was a perfect match. The whole experience was so positive and happy that I volunteer at the HS regularly. That's how I met Oberon............................ .OH......Here's how we came by the name of "Pi" - we'd had him at home for a few days still unnamed. He was a small kitten and slept in all sorts of funny contortions - mostly in positions that looked like he could have been road kill - (sorry, bad joke) but mostly he slept in that Pi-shaped position - you know - that symbol that has a swirly top and 2 "legs" coming off of it? We both looked at him and said "Pi!" which was weird enough in and of itself. So it was sealed - Pi's the name.

Lives Remaining:
9 of 9

Forums Motto:
Have plastic will chomp

The Groups I'm In:
Royal CaninĀ® Felines, Trupanion Pet Insurance Clubhouse

I've Been On Catster Since:
November 13th 2004 More than 12 years!

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Pervis. 2003 -

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