Snowshoes. She's a turd. I love her so much though.
Ahaha, yah, they have a way of sneaking into our hearts and homes. We kept the other two because they were the last of their litters and no one wanted them. Tortoiseshell cats aren't very desired, in my area at least. The other two are named Jonsey (1st pic) who's about 8 or so and Perin (2nd pic) is nearing 15 If I remember correctly.Yes. I keep saying no more. But, they have other ideas.
Sometimes it seems like we are more like slaves. Especially in the mornings at breakfast.
But I don't mind
Ahahaha. Awe, she looks like a little lynx with those cheeks . Wow, now that's a dedicated tomcat lol. Here's my kitty with her weird sounds, Some of them anyway. (Please excuse the couch, the cats killed it and we've yet to replace it ). She also makes this weird chicken-leopard sound while running the length of our apartment. She literally sounds like a tiny leopard that's trying to sound like a chicken. I've never been able to record it because she only does it for a few seconds once in a while.I love talkers. Hubby not so much. But I go out first light every morning saying Momma. Here she comes, talking the whole time. But let me be a tad late. I don’t get the chance to say momma. She’s scolding me the second I open the door! Just love them!
Momma. Itsy’s daddy was momma’s littermate. When we trapped them, we caught momma and Rambo in the same trap trying for more. Rambo was so not happy!
In a (double) way I like Dutch. Don't exactly know why .Dutch <3
(Yes, she's alive. We think. She could undead. She's ancient, skin and bones, and only reanimates for food and occasional pets. She sleeps the rest of the time, which I think she's deserved