Ollie Popoki

Persian/Domestic Long Hair
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Home:Englewood, FL  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 11 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 12 lbs.

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The family of Luke, Tully, Sammy and Natasha

Baby Girl, Punkey Munkey, Olivia You Naughty Girl, Ollie Pop, Olivia Pickles (thanks, CalPal!)

Kitty Complexion:
sleepyvery active
not curiousvery curious
not vocalvery vocal

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

March 10th 2006

Orange & White Tabby

Meal time! Playing with plastic bags, taking a nap with Mam or Da

Getting her nails clipped, visiting human grandchildren, being boarded when her humans are on vacation

Favorite Toy:
Peacock feather, the plastic ring off the top of a milk bottle

Favorite Nap Spot:
On her climbing tree when the sun is shining, bedroom window perch in early a.m.

Favorite Food:
Fish flavored Greenies

When being fed, if you ask her if she is ready to eat, she will answer "reh-eee!"


Arrival Story:
Ollie's story: No one knows how I ended up wandering around a big trucking terminal, but there I was and boy! was I scared. Those big rigs and those rats were really big! Then I saw "Happy Don" and I knew he was the guy for me so I decided to let him know who I was. Wherever he went I followed him. If he stopped walking, I tried to climb up his pants legs. When he sat down, I tried to jump into his lap. Finally, after two days, he picked me up, put me in a pickle crate and placed the crate in the cab of his truck and we went for a ride. When we stopped, someone soft and gentle picked me up and held me. I was so relieved, I just wiggled my head into her shoulder. It must have worked because I heard her say, "Let's keep her."

Ollie continues: They took me straight to the vet, where it was estimated that I was between 6 mo and a year old. I weighed a mere 5-1/4 lb and was incredibly filthy. So dirty, in fact, while I was asleep for my spay, the vet assistant cleaned some of the grease, oil, and dirt off the little pink pads on my feet. The remainder just had to wear off. Anyway, it wasn't long before I was up to where I should be with my weight, but then the vet discovered I had some kind of crystals in my urine. She said they were treatable with special food, so now I am on low ph stuff that I get to eat 3 times a days and I manage to maintain my weight at 11-1/4 lb.

Lives Remaining:
8 of 9

Forums Motto:
Princess of Her Domain

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Warm Yur Paws - It's Guido's MEATBALL MADNESS PAWTY - Ja

In 2008 Ollie was diagnosed with a severe case of FORL (Feline Odontitic Resorbtive Lesions), a condition where the tooth begins to dissolve, beginning at the root and from the inside out, creating holes in the tooth - very painful. It is not unusual for older cats to lose their teeth this way, but at Ollie's young age of 3 years, it can only be genetic. At this time she has had six teeth extracted. Proper care and cleaning will slow down the process on her remaining teeth, but it is very likely she will eventually lose all of them.


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I am so honored!

March 7th 2014 5:55 am
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I just learned that I am the Daily Diary Pick today. It's really kinda embarrassing because I haven't written much in quite a long time.

Two weeks ago I had two toofies pulled. I wasn't feelin' so good when I came home, but once my mouf healed, I was feelin' much, much better. So when Mam went on a three day quilting retreat earlier this week 'n came home not feeling good, (Something to do wif her gall bladder, I think.) I have been busy keeping her company and helping her get better.

That's about all for now, but I want to thank Catster for makin' me the Daily Diary Pick. That's so nice.


Meow, fur friends!

March 1st 2014 5:51 am
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Oh my whiskers! (Looking around) It has been such a long time since I have been here on Catster! Since moving to Florida we have all been very, very busy living in Paradise. Now that Mam is retired she is doing things she had put off during her working years. Her big passion is quilting. That's ok wif me 'cause I get to test her projects and sleep on her fabrics. I specially like to lie on the ironing board when she is working.

I, mineself, keep busy wif my fursister Blossom out on the lanai and pool deck. It is our self-appointed responsibilities to catch lizards and tree frogs. They tickle when we carry them in our mouths 'n we make funny noises so that Mam and Da know we are coming inside to set the little critters free. MOL! You should see Da trying to catch them so they can go out the front door. Sometimes they go under the refrigerator or china cabinet. Now THAT is really funny. We just sit 'n watch.

Sending high paws 'n whisker tickles....
Ollie Pop


The only way they pay attention when I am angry......

August 5th 2012 12:00 pm
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Two times this past week me 'n Blossom were left alone all. day. long. Not nice. Thoughtless. What makes it worse, they were out just having fun! And they left us. All. Alone. In. The. House. Alone. Well I showed them. I didn't use the litter box to wee either day. I weed on the paper in the boot tray instead. I showed them. Huh! (stomps paw)

Mam's note: from a very early age, Ollie has had litter box issues. There were numerous trips to the vet for numerous tests - all negative. Numerous litter boxes until we found the "right" one(s) (They are actually litter boxes for small dogs - very large.)and, of course, Feliway. None really solved the problem, but it became easier to deal with when the vet concluded there is nothing wrong with her - she just likes to let us know when she is unhappy. In those instances she would use the paper underneath the litter boxes, which led us to try using a large boot tray lined with paper.....available to her all the time. It has been very successful. Now whenever we see she has used the boot tray, we know that she is mad at us for something. Guessing what it is isn't always easy, though!

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