cat club

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    Lecieposted 8 years ago

    i would like to start a cat club on hub pages. any cat owner can join. all you have to do is tell us your cats name and the cutest thing you've ever seen them do.
    my cat is lilly and when she's angry her tail puffs out like it was struck by lightning.

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    Brenda Durhamposted 8 years ago

    Hi Lecie!  I remember meeting you around the site before;  good to see ya again!

    I think a cat club is a great idea!

    Firstly, I'll never forget my cat Ashes, my beloved kitty I had for 15 years.  He fur was smokey-gray and in a certain light it looked almost blue.  He was indoor-outdoor and when we moved to a different place, he took off for about 3 days!  But guess what---he returned!  Finally had to put him to sleep because of his poor health and I cried for days.

    Probably the cutest thing he did was lick the hair on my hubby's head as he lounged on the floor.  Dunno why cats do that, but a lot of 'em do.

    Calie and BB are my cats now.  Well, mine and hubby's cats;  they're indoor cats and are spoiled rotten.

    They've done some hilarious things and cute things, so it's hard to pick just one as the cutest thing, but this one comes to mind---

    They both saw a moth high up on the living room wall, and got up on the back of a recliner trying to reach it.  BB would stretch up toward it and couldn't reach it;  then Calie would do the same.  Then BB looked at Calie, trilling, like he was asking hey how do we catch that moth?  And she'd look at him and ask the same thing;  then they'd try again.   It was hilarious!

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      Lecieposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      my previous cat was miss pretty kitty. the cutest thing she ever did was when i was homeless. i was walking the streets and came across this very pretty stray soaked more than i was from the rain. as i passed her and looked down at her, she gave me such a stare as if looking into the very beginning of my soul. she put love in me that i had never felt before. i had never owned a pet before and being homeless was not sure i could give her a great home. but i talked my father into keeping her temporarily until i got a roof over my head. i never felt the love she gave from anyone else. she was a bright eyed soul with nothing but love.
      it is in her memory why idecided to start up a cat club. many of you can follow example either by joining or creating other clubs like for dogs, horses or any other animal you find makes you so happy and loved.

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        Kerkedijkposted 8 years agoin reply to this

        I love this post Lecie, I think your cat has a special mom. Cat's can read our feelings and are very loving. I hope you both have a lovely home together now:) Kerkedijk

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    Glimmer515posted 8 years ago

    MY cat passed away but her name was Pebbles and every christmas she would leave a dead mouse or bird  outside the sliding glass door next to where our tree went. Kind of gross to look at but it was her way of giving us a present and that was really sweet and special, cats are so smart!!

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    Kerkedijkposted 8 years ago

    Hi cat friends. I have two cats, Brahms is 6 years old, he is black and white and almost human. He is treated like the baby of the family and idolised by my daughter. He lives in her bedroom and is utterly spoilt. I took in a ferel cat 3 years ago. It is a beautiful tortoiseshell female feline. I called her Athena (Goddess of war) because initially she was so wild, she spat and lashed out at me all of the time. She is now very loving, we head butt gently all the time, she loves cuddles and sits on my lap or loves to get into my bed for a cuddle. It is amazing how she has learned to trust and I love that. She is really girly with curves and a waddle of her backside that is so cute. She is 4 years old I think. I love our cats and have had cats all of my life.

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    Pearldiverposted 8 years ago

    My cat is called Tom The Cat.
    He is responsible for a number of hubs that I have written including Pet Secrets and Cat Bathing techniques. 
    As a roaming reporter; Tom has been able to find out from other pets an interesting series of things that most owners don't know about.
    The funnest thing he's done.. is hiding the remote control.... the one that cats use to control their owners! lol

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    Ms Chievousposted 8 years ago

    My Cat is named Figaro by my son and Snow Meow by my Boyfriend.. therefore we offcially call it Figaro Snow Meow..but she comes to Kitty.  smile  She adopted us when the neighbors brought her home from the grocery store and didn't take care of it.  sad.  She is beautiful.  Long white hair with a gray tail and ears.  She is also 15 pounds!  The funniest thing my cat does is chase my dog.  My dog is still a puppy at heart and thinks everything on four legs should play with her..  The dog will bounce back and forth in front of her and my kitty just takes off running after her.  It's a game they play.

    I'm almost on the verge of adopting a tiny gray kitty I found underneath my car.. It is a little spitfire though

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      Home Girlposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      The cutest thing my cat did and the best is when she was stolen and returned home after 3 months absence  very much alive though scared to death! I love you Kitty.

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    jennshealthstoreposted 8 years ago

    My cats name is Shadow. He is the craziest animal I have ever had! I guess that is why I love him.


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