Nermal Loved Forever

Breed Unknown/Russian Blue
Picture of Nermal Loved Forever, a female Breed Unknown/Russian Blue

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Home:Upstate, a  
Age: 29 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 12 lbs.

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Queen Nerm,Nermalophogus, Nermie Nerm,

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

Quick Bio:
-mixed breed-cat rescue

Sleeping in the sun and having her head and ears petted

Having her back touched

Favorite Toy:
catnip and pieces of lint especially if it's frightfully cold out she gets activated like a kitten

Favorite Nap Spot:
By the sliding doors where the sun comes on her bed

Favorite Food:
Whipped cream, Sensible Choice for Seniors , Fancy Feast Trout, heated ham or chicken

She stands by the water dish and MEOWS loudly for fresh water!!!She purrs constantly and still likes to bat things around at her young age of 17!

indoors and outdoors

Arrival Story:
We have had Nermal (from Garfied comic strip)since she was 6 weeks old. My son Michael rescued her. She was his cat for many years and lived in his room.When Michael got married, she remained with us(about 4 years ago).

Nermal was a great hunter in her hayday. She would sleep in the oddest spots, on top of the Parakeet cage, in the potted plant on the porch, on the second to last rung of our ladder. The funniest thing that ever happened with her is her involves her birding activities. She was such a great hunter (I don't approve!) that I had to place 2 bells on her collar. She would lie in wait inside the dog house . When she heard a bird land, she would jump out and try to snag it. One day while she was waiting, a rather large goose landed on the roof. She jumped out to catch him and got the SURPRISE of her life. I wish I could have captured that one on camera! She lives with 2 very large dogs and 7 other cats. She believes that she is the only cat and only bothers with humans. Once, about 10 years ago, she disappeared for several days. I was worried sick! When she came home , she could barely walk and her head was tilted to one side. I immediately brought her to the Vet. He informed me that she had "Crazy Cat" syndrome. She had probably waalked through some neighbors lawn (with chemicals) and was poisoned. The vet said her head might always be tilted but she had a full recovery. Even tho she is a senior , her hearing and eyesight are perfect. She has slimmed down quite a bit. She is a wonderful and most perfect cat. I say every cay has ONE major flaw:Nermal has none.

Lives Remaining:
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Forums Motto:
It never hurts to ask!!!

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I've Been On Catster Since:
December 5th 2004 More than 12 years!

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