Spaught (In Memory)

Turkish Angora/Breed Unknown
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Home:Kirksville, MO  
Sex: Female

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Chester Cheetah

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Quick Bio:
-mixed breed-cat rescue


defending the universe from invading dogs

being ignored or disciplined

Favorite Toy:
pink bear

Favorite Nap Spot:
anything she can fit in or on

Favorite Food:
people food; cheese, corn, beans

levitation; understanding English, speaking a few words and names

indoors and outdoors

Arrival Story:
Was caught in basement as a rat, when saw her to be a kitten, realized she was from a stray who had been living in field next door and had kittens under our porch. Didn't want to return her after being handled out of fear she would be rejected by mother. The littermates were all slaughtered few days later by tomcat, so we were so happy to have rescued her.

Spot was all white with black smudge on top of her head. Previous kitty had a dog name, so this one got one, too. :) She was pretty wild, and I think I still have scars on my arms from her aggressiveness. When I visited my parents, Dad fell in love with her. He only had barely tolerated cats before then, being entirely a dog person. Spot was more like a dog than a cat, though, and was aggressive and played rough. When they met, Dad waved his hand at her like playing with a dog. Cats are always scared by this motion and run. Well, not THIS kitty! She tore up his arm and was going for the jugular. He twisted his head around to stare at her on his shoulder and said "Cool cat!" Now, dad was old hick farmer, never said "cool" for anything other than a temperature. Spot loathed dogs, raccoons, opposums, OK, basically any other animal. Living in the country, she managed to keep dogs, coons, etc., away from the house and yard. She also killed off the bats and defended the older cat, Knothead, from attack bluejays. No matter where he lived, he was attacked by bluejays. Well, no longer, not with Spot on guard! Spot also knew people had names, and she had to be introduced to everyone. She would remember their name, too. Months later you could tell her to go to someone she only met once before, and she would hunt them up in the house. Her speech was fairly limited, just a couple of names and some favorite foods. She later went feral.

The Groups I'm In:
♥White as snow♥, CATS ON THEIR BACKS (PART TWO), CATS ON THEIR BACKS!, Pure White Kitty Club, Turkish Angoras

I've Been On Catster Since:
November 14th 2004 More than 12 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

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