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Age: 21 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 25 lbs.

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Little Miss Tofu, The Baby, Sweetie, Little Kitty

Quick Bio:
-cat rescue

Lying on the table and consuming copious amounts of weight control cat food while Mom and Dad eat dinner, her "stick", toy mice, her kitty tower, belly rubs, looking out the window at desert wildlife, cat grass, sleeping by the fires in the fireplace

Empty bowl, Mom and Dad eating without her at the table, loud noises, sudden movements, being left alone when her Mom leaves the room (she meows at the top of her lungs!)

Favorite Toy:
Her stick (it used to have a feather on a string, but over the years those have fallen off and now it's just a stick. Pathetic, but she loves it.)

Favorite Nap Spot:
Kitty tower, Mom and Dad's bed, behind the couch

Favorite Food:
Science Diet and Iams weight control, cat grass (only the expensive organic kind, and she insists on being hand-fed one blade at a time!)

Tofu learns English words very quickly! She's verbally oriented and always meows when her humans are talking.


Arrival Story:
My mom's coworker rescues cats and one December after the passing of our beloved Miss Kitty, she told my mom about a litter of kittens she'd found under a farmhouse, abandoned. They were starving and all had bloated tummies. One of them appeared to be a flame point Siamese, a breed my mom likes. Our first clue should have been that all the rest of the kittens were orange tabbies! But we took the "flame point" home to our other cat, Velvet. Tofu was kind of aloof to humans at first, and always followed Velvet around. She thought he was her mom, and tried to nurse him, which did not go over too well. She also had a bad case of gas for several weeks, and had fleas. Tofu was malnourished as a baby but she's certainly made up for it now :)

As Tofu aged, her fur became more orange than white and we figured out that she was not a flame point, but not quite a tabby either. Her coat is unique; I've never seen a cat like her! Our other cat at the time, Velvet, never really liked Tofu. He was mean to her, so when he died in 2001, she did not mourn him. She liked having the house and her humans to herself! She has become a total sweetheart as an adult. Unfortunately she's quite sedentary and loves food, so she's also very, very large. I don't live with my parents anymore but I still think of her as my kitty!

Lives Remaining:
9 of 9

The Groups I'm In:
Brilliant Orange Cats Unite

I've Been On Catster Since:
November 25th 2004 More than 12 years!

I Was In The:
2004-2005 Holiday
Picture Party

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

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Meet my family
PumpkinRoxieVelvet (In
Loving Memory)

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