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Posted: Dec 30, 2016 - 8:39pm

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 Mac
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
Beauty.
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Posted: Dec 30, 2016 - 5:16pm


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Posted: Dec 16, 2016 - 10:56am

ok give it a minute and cat mummies!

cats in history?





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Posted: Dec 13, 2016 - 5:09am

 BlueHeronDruid wrote:
Partially what? CYBORG!?!?!?!?!?

 
She's the $6 million Tamata!
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Posted: Dec 13, 2016 - 5:07am

 BlueHeronDruid wrote:
JrzyTmata wrote:

she is beautiful. but I'm partial.

 
Partially what? CYBORG!?!?!?!?!?

 
I knew it all along.{#Yes}
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Posted: Dec 12, 2016 - 10:26pm

JrzyTmata wrote:

she is beautiful. but I'm partial.

 
Partially what? CYBORG!?!?!?!?!?
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Posted: Dec 12, 2016 - 6:26pm

 JrzyTmata wrote:

she is beautiful. but I'm partial.

 
 
But it's so true.

Her profile is so similar to Ceili's...

Window gazing - Ceili afternoon< charset="utf-8" type="text/javascript" src="http://embedr.flickr.com/assets/client-code.js">
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Posted: Dec 12, 2016 - 3:36pm

 lily34 wrote:

gorgeous cat.

 
she is beautiful. but I'm partial.
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Posted: Dec 12, 2016 - 1:34pm

 lily34 wrote:

gorgeous cat.

 
And it looks like she knows it.

Great photo 


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Posted: Dec 12, 2016 - 5:48am

 buzz wrote:
Francis 
 
 
 
 
 

 
gorgeous cat.
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Posted: Dec 11, 2016 - 3:49pm

 JrzyTmata wrote:

Saint Francis of the Poop. Patron Saint of all litterboxes.

 
{#Lol}
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Posted: Dec 11, 2016 - 2:12pm

 Alexandra wrote:
Update:

I thought and thought about my situation very carefully. Then mother nature intervened. I began to have an allergic reaction to the little tabby. I weighed it all out carefully...and decided to return her to the shelter. She is a very sweet cat (on her terms) with special needs, and I wrote a page of notes for our excellent adoption counselors, so they could match her up with a really good other human. I recommended perhaps a household with another cat or a person who stays home all day (she was so despondent when I got home from work I thought she was sick), because she is really used to lots of stimuli and company. The people at my shelter were very supportive and said they had originally hoped to adopt my kitty out with her roommate anyway, because they got along so well...and so they put her right back in Room 4 with the other cat.
 
I felt it was the most responsible and humane thing to do, before she got too attached to me or my place. It was really hard having to pack her up yet again and move her, but she is resilient and I know they will find a great new home for her.
 
In the meantime, I need to relocate to a bigger place with hardwood floors (less allergens trapped that way), I need to stick to my original plan of getting a bonded pair to keep each other company while I'm gone, I need to make sure I choose breeds that are more hypoallergenic, and cats with calmer and less "frantic" personalities...and most importantly, I need to not rush into it or do it only out of pity.
 
This decision did not come without lots of tears, big feelings, phone calls to sisters, and feeling like a truck hit me afterward (one sister reminded me that it's only been 4 months since Ceili died and I'm still grieving). But it felt like the right decision.

 
you did the right thing. no one benefits from a poor match. She'll find the perfect home and you'll find the right kittens or cats.

I thought finding francis so young that she would bond easily to us. She was a snuggler as a kitten and would purr like crazy when I picked her up. As she got older, she did bond to buzz, but if I try to pet her, I get the paw smackdown, but she'll seek out buzz for cuddles and lap time.

Good luck in your search. take your time.
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Posted: Dec 11, 2016 - 2:00pm

 SeriousLee wrote:

Saint Francis.

 
Saint Francis of the Poop. Patron Saint of all litterboxes.


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Posted: Dec 11, 2016 - 1:57pm

 Alexandra wrote:
Update:

I thought and thought about my situation very carefully. Then mother nature intervened. I began to have an allergic reaction to the little tabby. I weighed it all out carefully...and decided to return her to the shelter. She is a very sweet cat (on her terms) with special needs, and I wrote a page of notes for our excellent adoption counselors, so they could match her up with a really good other human. I recommended perhaps a household with another cat or a person who stays home all day (she was so despondent when I got home from work I thought she was sick), because she is really used to lots of stimuli and company. The people at my shelter were very supportive and said they had originally hoped to adopt my kitty out with her roommate anyway, because they got along so well...and so they put her right back in Room 4 with the other cat.
 
I felt it was the most responsible and humane thing to do, before she got too attached to me or my place. It was really hard having to pack her up yet again and move her, but she is resilient and I know they will find a great new home for her.
 
In the meantime, I need to relocate to a bigger place with hardwood floors (less allergens trapped that way), I need to stick to my original plan of getting a bonded pair to keep each other company while I'm gone, I need to make sure I choose breeds that are more hypoallergenic, and cats with calmer and less "frantic" personalities...and most importantly, I need to not rush into it or do it only out of pity.
 
This decision did not come without lots of tears, big feelings, phone calls to sisters, and feeling like a truck hit me afterward (one sister reminded me that it's only been 4 months since Ceili died and I'm still grieving). But it felt like the right decision.

 
Good, hard work. Be kind to yourself!
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Posted: Dec 11, 2016 - 1:44pm

 buzz wrote:
Francis 
 
 
 
 
 

 
Saint Francis.
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Posted: Dec 11, 2016 - 9:54am

 olivertwist wrote:

It's great that you know the people you adopted the cat from, and that they were understanding of your situation and will work at adopting her out with her roommate.

You'll find the right pair when the time is right {#Good-vibes}

 
 
Yeah, it's a great shelter to volunteer (I really need to be careful not to keep getting attached to all the kitties I work with).
 
Thank you OT...I think I will too. I know now not to rush the timing.
 
 


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Posted: Dec 11, 2016 - 9:29am

 Alexandra wrote:
Update:

I thought and thought about my situation very carefully. Then mother nature intervened. I began to have an allergic reaction to the little tabby. I weighed it all out carefully...and decided to return her to the shelter. She is a very sweet cat (on her terms) with special needs, and I wrote a page of notes for our excellent adoption counselors, so they could match her up with a really good other human. I recommended perhaps a household with another cat or a person who stays home all day (she was so despondent when I got home from work I thought she was sick), because she is really used to lots of stimuli and company. The people at my shelter were very supportive and said they had originally hoped to adopt my kitty out with her roommate anyway, because they got along so well...and so they put her right back in Room 4 with the other cat.
 
I felt it was the most responsible and humane thing to do, before she got too attached to me or my place. It was really hard having to pack her up yet again and move her, but she is resilient and I know they will find a great new home for her.
 
In the meantime, I need to relocate to a bigger place with hardwood floors (less allergens trapped that way), I need to stick to my original plan of getting a bonded pair to keep each other company while I'm gone, I need to make sure I choose breeds that are more hypoallergenic, and cats with calmer and less "frantic" personalities...and most importantly, I need to not rush into it or do it only out of pity.
 
This decision did not come without lots of tears, big feelings, phone calls to sisters, and feeling like a truck hit me afterward (one sister reminded me that it's only been 4 months since Ceili died and I'm still grieving). But it felt like the right decision.

 
It's great that you know the people you adopted the cat from, and that they were understanding of your situation and will work at adopting her out with her roommate.

You'll find the right pair when the time is right {#Good-vibes}
Alexandra
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Posted: Dec 11, 2016 - 9:07am

Update:

I thought and thought about my situation very carefully. Then mother nature intervened. I began to have an allergic reaction to the little tabby. I weighed it all out carefully...and decided to return her to the shelter. She is a very sweet cat (on her terms) with special needs, and I wrote a page of notes for our excellent adoption counselors, so they could match her up with a really good other human. I recommended perhaps a household with another cat or a person who stays home all day (she was so despondent when I got home from work I thought she was sick), because she is really used to lots of stimuli and company. The people at my shelter were very supportive and said they had originally hoped to adopt my kitty out with her roommate anyway, because they got along so well...and so they put her right back in Room 4 with the other cat.
 
I felt it was the most responsible and humane thing to do, before she got too attached to me or my place. It was really hard having to pack her up yet again and move her, but she is resilient and I know they will find a great new home for her.
 
In the meantime, I need to relocate to a bigger place with hardwood floors (less allergens trapped that way), I need to stick to my original plan of getting a bonded pair to keep each other company while I'm gone, I need to make sure I choose breeds that are more hypoallergenic, and cats with calmer and less "frantic" personalities...and most importantly, I need to not rush into it or do it only out of pity.
 
This decision did not come without lots of tears, big feelings, phone calls to sisters, and feeling like a truck hit me afterward (one sister reminded me that it's only been 4 months since Ceili died and I'm still grieving). But it felt like the right decision.
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Posted: Dec 11, 2016 - 8:37am

 JustineFromWyoming wrote:

Wink will be with us three years on the seventeenth of this month. He's playful, we can pick him up and haul his ponderous bulk around the house, he comes when he's called, but he's never, EVER come to sit on my lap. Ever. We've had Junebug almost four years and she has no use for use at all, unless we're in the yard; she'll come and observe us and make notes in her notebook on us, but maintains a 'paws-off' policy with us. Mack, twenty in April, lurks around for someone to sit, just so he can climb into the lap and lick their face. Dinger? He's just deranged and always will be. He does head for the door when we say "YouBettahGoOUTZIDE!" because he still loses what little mind he has when it snows.
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cat mob

And, yeah, I know. We have too many cats. It's not my fault, though. Scott brought home Wink.

  
{#Laughing}Love the pics and your descriptions of the cat crew.
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Posted: Dec 10, 2016 - 9:18pm

 Alexandra wrote:

 
Yeah. Like I said...this is a very different relationship, not having raised her from kittenhood. Ceili was my little shadow and bodyguard and slept with me every night I had her (and was home).
 
I was going to wait until spring and get 2 littermate kittens. But....then stuff happened.

 
Wink will be with us three years on the seventeenth of this month. He's playful, we can pick him up and haul his ponderous bulk around the house, he comes when he's called, but he's never, EVER come to sit on my lap. Ever. We've had Junebug almost four years and she has no use for use at all, unless we're in the yard; she'll come and observe us and make notes in her notebook on us, but maintains a 'paws-off' policy with us. Mack, twenty in April, lurks around for someone to sit, just so he can climb into the lap and lick their face. Dinger? He's just deranged and always will be. He does head for the door when we say "YouBettahGoOUTZIDE!" because he still loses what little mind he has when it snows.
Quorum

cat mob

And, yeah, I know. We have too many cats. It's not my fault, though. Scott brought home Wink.


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