LOL Funny that you should ask. All of my cats are "pound kitties" so none of them are pure bred. They're all basically "mutts"-- which suits me fine! I have one orange tabby, one tortoiseshell, one short haired black and white, and three short haired gray and white cats.
I have a cat that talks to birds. I'm not kidding, it looks out the window, hears birds singing, and joins in meowing.
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Just like Reprieve26, my cat is a pound kitty! He is a ginger tom cat called Foxy. We adopted him from a local animal rescue. He was going to be put to sleep as he has the equivalent of feline aids. He caught it from a cat fight when he was a stray. My partner and I couldn't bear the thought of him being put down, so we adopted him. He is healthy for the moment and is such a loving and adorable cat. He's not allowed out because of his condition, but this doesn't bother him. We love him to bits.
I have a tortoise shell, my second one actually. I think tori's look completely insane, and to me, that is pretty darn cute. It fits their personality.
I have a black stray cat! hahaha.. And it's dead, . so sad..
A STRAY ONE!!
It started hanging around about a year ago and had I known it was going to adopt us, I would have given it a better nickname than Socks (black cat, white feet, nose & neck). She wasn't quite fully grown or else stunted from hunger and it took a few weeks before I realised that I couldn't even slide my finger under her collar...what sort of animal puts a collar on a kitten then stoips feeding it/leaves it behind?
I've since had her sterilised and treat her topically for worms, etc. She comes & goes as she pleases and a year later, she's still a tiny, boney little thing despite demand feeding her up to 4xday.
Sad really, I don't even like cats but I still care for her better than the person who went to the trouble of getting a kitty.
I have different kinds and love them all dearly but one kind we have that is very unique is our Scottish Folds
A FLUFFY one. His mother was short-haired... must have been the father...
I have a 2 yr old black burmese named boo that I got when he was a year old from a family that couldnt keep him any longer. I have two female cats that are now almost a year old, Doodle is a grey tabby and Mocha is a tortuese calico.They are spoiled,of course,lol. and they love mommy alot!
Currently I have a black/ white 'tuxedo' kitty: Moxie (so named as she tried to steal our dog's food out of her bowl right under her nose when she was still a tiny kitten!)
Moxie is now 15 and the last of my '3 Little Kittens' - the oldest, Felicia, a black domestic shorthair (my 'Lady of the House'), died suddenly 11/07 aged 15 1/2; Itty Bitty, a loving and adorable little 'tortie' (who 'asked' to be picked up & carried around and gave snuggly hugs) passed after a brief illness at age 14 the following March. Not a day goes by that I don't think about them and so cherish the time Moxie and I spend together.
by mistywild8 years ago
This is a site dedicated to my cats, let me learn a little about yours!
by flashmakeit5 years ago
When it start to get cold outside does any kind of wild animal try to enter your house?
by Charlu5 years ago
Would you consider your pet a genius, dumb as a box of rocks, or somewhere in the middle?
by theirishobserver.7 years ago
Tell us the names and breeds of your pets?
by Alexander Pease6 years ago
I consider myself a choco-holic. Any kind of good chocolate will do, (although, I'm not a fan of the little Easter egg chocolates).What is your favorite kind of chocolate?
by easymandarin8 years ago
How sad! My friend had a couple of black cats along with her others. One of them did exercises with me while I was pregnant, we have a picture of it, quite funny. Black cats are silky and smooth. I like smooth, silky,...
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