|Purred: Sat Jun 16, '07 3:08pm PST |
Seems that you're a bit upset because of not being cat of the week, but you're statement about only purebred cats being chosen for COTW is simply not true. After all, they chose me, a beat up cat with a bummed leg, drooling like crazy because of his medications, just a simple black and white cat who's been through his share of battles looking for his forever home. I was in bad shape when they chose me, I was just getting ready for my third of four surgeries to correct the damage done to my leg, and I wasn't really a pleasant sight, but I was so loving and even through all of the bandage changing and those awful medications that made me foam at the mouth and drool, they gave me the chance to be COTW to help me find my new home. Thanks to being COTW, I came in contact with a wonderful lady who helped me find a home! Had it not been for Catster and all of their help and support, I would probably still be in Foster Mom's home waiting around for my purrfect family. If you’ll look through the past chosen COTW, you’ll see that a lot of them are looking for homes, there are some purebreds they weren't chosen for their looks, they were chosen for something they did, or something they fought through. For example, Alex Finnegan is a purebred Ragdoll, but he was desperately fighting to keep his life because of the awful bad food that sent him into kidney failure. Almost all of the chosen COTW aren't purebred, like I said, some are trying to find homes, some for something they have been through or a deed they did through Catster, it all depends on the cat, but all of the chosen COTW deserve it for some reason.
I do hope that this doesn’t offend you, and I hope that you aren’t too down about not being chosen for COTW, but we all must wait our turns for a chance in the spotlight.
Purrs and bonks,
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