Maui


Siamese
Picture of Maui, a female Siamese

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Home:Las Vegas, NV  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 5 Years   Sex: Female

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Sun Sign:
Birthday:
January 30th 2009

Arrival Story:
Mom and Dad went to PetsMart to get litter, treats, etc. for my brothers and sisters. While standing in line to checkout Mom and Dad glanced over and saw me in a cage. The rest is history (adoption). Dad said Mom is banned from going to PetsMart.

Bio:
The rescue that had me said I came from an apartment that had 28 cats. I am very afraid of people. Mom and Dad are patiently working at gaining my trust. They have given me my own rooms separate from my brothers and sisters and they have given me a comfy box I can hide in when I am feeling scared. Mom and Dad come to my room often to pet me and talk to me. I am trying very hard to get used to this. I like my new forever home and I love my new Mom and Dad but I need time to adjust. I know they understand.

Lives Remaining:
9 of 9

Forums Motto:
U'i Popoki

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Let's Make New Friends





Maui's Pussport

I've Been On Catster Since:
June 1st 2009 More than 5 years!

Stars Given In The Past Month:
Darcy ~Angel~


Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Catster Id:
996190


Meet my family
Mea - AngelMikki ~ AngelMiko ~ DB 111bMilo ~ DB 111a
MimuKaiserJaegerMokka~D.I.T.
#24
Molokai Timmy
~ DB 111c
Makana ~
D.I.T. #48

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Aloha from Maui


OMC! I'm Diary Of The Day!

December 24th 2012 9:27 pm
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Aloha My Friends,

OMC! I'm Diary of the Day. Mom was so surprised when she looked at her phone this morning and saw all the notifications about my receiving comments and rosies.

Thank you friends for helping me to celebrate with all your comments, paw mails, rosies, and the beautiful pics you made for me. This is what makes this honor so special, being able to celebrate with dear friends.

Mele Kalikimaka to all of you and to your families. Wishing you a wonderful day surrounded by family and friends.

Loving Purrs,
Maui

 

DDP Celebration Thank Yous

December 22nd 2012 7:53 pm
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I want to thank all of my friends for the wonderful comments, rosies, and paw mails I received helping me to celebrate my DDP honor on Tuesday. Mom was traveling all day that day to get back home from Maine where she went to visit family. She didn't get home until almost midnight.

I was so happy to see her! We slept most of the day on Wednesday since mom was so tired from traveling. It was kind of fun to sleep in with mom since I hadn't seen her for 11 days.

We are finally almost back to normal around here, except for that new little brother of mine that mom is working on introducing to us. I really don't want to have anything to do with him but I guess eventually I will have to except the fact that he is going to live here.

Mokka and Milo seem to be okay with Makana being around but the rest of us are doing a lot of hissing so he knows were his place is going to be in this family. Our doggie brothers, Kaiser and Jaeger, have to be on a leash when he is out since they are just too excited when he is around. Makana hisses at them and his tail gets all big so mom and dad are taking it slow. Makana is meeting us one-on-one in his room and then he comes out to explore of about 10 minutes at a time.

Gotta run as mom is going to help Makana write his first diary entry. Before I leave, I want to wish all of my friends a very Merry Christmas and a safe and Happy New Year.

Loving Purrs,
Maui

 

What's Behind Door Number One?

December 15th 2012 6:31 pm
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This is the question I asked when the guest bedroom door got closed a little over a week ago. Mom explained that we have another new brother and this guy is really small. Mom says he is 3 months old and only weighs 2.6 lbs. so we must introduce him to the family slowly so nobody gangs up on him.

His name is Makana. This is Hawaiian for wind. Mom says he moves as fast as a little tornado so his name fits. Mom and Dad were watching the news one night and saw him. He had been held at the local shelter for two months as evidence in a hoarding and animal abuse case. Mom and Dad went to the shelter the next day and a few days later something is behind door number one. We all know what that means here. The only question was whether my new sibling was a sister or a brother.

I got to meet him for a few minutes one night before Mom left to go on vacation. That little guy hissed at me. I know one thing for sure, when that door opens again, I'm gonna teach my new little brother some manners.

From what I have seen so far, he's really kinda cute. Check out his page if you get a chance and make a new friend.

Mele Kalikimaka my furiends!!!

Loving Purrs,
Maui

 
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