Likes: a nice bowl of warm water and a hand full of food in it.
Pet-Peeves: when the dog chases "her" kittens, and if you touch her tummy.
Favorite Toy: balls with bells in them and feathers
Favorite Nap Spot: On the big dog bed that somehow ended up on our kitchen table and stayed there because there has never been a time when no cats were on it to move it!!
Favorite Food: EVERYTHING as long as you put it in a bowl of warm water and put it in front of her.
Skills: She thinks she's the mommy (even though she has been fixed since she was a tiny kitten) even though she was raised pretty much by humans and made all the cats in the house believe her too. That takes some kind of skill !
Arrival Story: My boyfriend brought her home because she was just a tiny kitten, should not have been away from her mommy yet, and she was lost. She was found in his friend's backyard swimming pool- it was empty- there was no water in it, and when they tried to get it to go back home (some men!?!) by putting her in the alley behind the house she started climbing the block wall to get back into their yard. The people who lived there were in the process of moving out of state and could not take the kitten in. So after a while of trying to make the poor little kitty "go back home", my boyfriend decided to take her home with him rather than leave her alone in the alley. It was night by the time they left to come back home which was a hour and a half drive away!! I found out the next morning and immediately got her pampered her with lots of love and affection and food, kitty milk in a kitten bottle- she bit the nipple right off !!! After that she drank straight from the bowl. Then of course I looked for her family and put out found posters to no avail. She was only going to be here till we could find her owners and family or a new family but she got along so well with my others and she was just too adorable- at that time all of my others were big male cats and she was just so tiny and petite and a GIRL that I just could not part with her. She is now the "mommy" to the 3 kittens we rescued some months ago. Of course they are all fixed but they don't know that. All they know is that she is the MOMMY. And they are all happy with that!