You have to understand though; it was nothing special. It was just that I was trying to take a nap on his foot (which looks an awful lot like a pillow if you kind of squint at it a bit), and he kept doing this annoying "fee fi fo fum" thing, and it kept waking me up and so I felt like the only way to solve the problem at hand was to take matters into my own paws. He was asking for it, really.
My cat Lily-Tchoo, as she was when we adopted her. When my family and I went to the SPCA looking for a kitty, a woman was just bringing in a kitty. We thought we could take it right away to spare her the stress of being in a cage and all. The lady's dog found the kitty in her courtyard and she adopted it and kept it untill she realised her toddler was allergic to cat. We kept the name this nice lady gave her and added Tchoo for the cute factor :D Now she's 2 y-o, and when she acts strangely, we
At the time of this photo, Katie was 17 yrs and Finn was 11. She raised him from 8 weeks on. She is is mommy, sister, security blanket, everything. Unfortunately, we lost Katie a month a go, and Finn has been upset (as have I). He can't handle rainstorms without her. But he is CHANNELING her; at Thanksgiving, after 11 years of NEVER eating people food, he demanded turkey from the table, something Katie used to do (she used cuteness, he used surprise and a VERY loud voice).