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SoloPocono (not verified) 14 years 32 weeks ago
#1

Omg, this is just TOO Cute!!!! I NEVER used to be a "cat" person. Although I've been a cert. Vet. Tech. for over 30yrs, the only cats I ever had were "barn" cats who lived mainly outside. Squirrels, rats, kangaroos, baby bears, white Siberian tiger pups, snakes, etc YES, (i worked at a small zoo for a few years :), but NO house cats in my homes. Until 2yrs ago, I was pulling out of a long, deep depression, triggered by losing my fiancé in an accident, losing a baby, and being diagnosed with cancer. A relative of a neighbor showed up with a 3wk old orphaned kitten. Sita turned into a rather unusual cat and all I can say is we are completly inseperable. She can be seen on my facebook pics and I WAS keeping up with her on Twitter and a blog-Twitty-Kat. Haven't been able to lately-but she still browses on my laptop, switches tv channels, radio channels, and sleeps on her pillow next to me, stealing the covers every night.. ;)

louise (not verified) 14 years 32 weeks ago
#2

Hi Solo - please post a photo of your kitty at our community site - Louise

Scott (not verified) 14 years 32 weeks ago
#3

Not much to see but I wanted to check if my avator works!!!!

Scott (not verified) 14 years 32 weeks ago
#4

and it does!

ptron (not verified) 14 years 32 weeks ago
#5

That's the "I made you a cookie but I eated it" cat!

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