She is great she is energetic, very naughty & funny She has an heart problem (a rare one..) She was nearly dying, in hospitals all the time, the doctors was sure it's over because it effected her lungs. But she made it!! this little one fought I made this work when it was the worst & that was the only thing to do I love this work
I had to give my favorite cat of all times to my friend when I left the US. It was a very sad day. He was so cool and easy going. When we first got him he had a really bad inner ear infection which made him clumsy. I almost called him Lummox but thought better of it. Later I thought Akimbo more appropriate and labeled him thusly. When I gave him to my friend he renamed him Steve. Whenever I talk about him now I sorta chuckle at the name Steve.
I really like what you did with your energy here. What a lucky kitty you have to be loved like that.
Thanks! I love cats, they are funny, moody creatures I feel comfortable around them. Lulu is totally white with long hair, very mischievous & you can see she's a girl my previous cat was exactly the same but male & totally black. I also had to give him to my brother when I left the country, I was heart broken . Have you ever saw Akimbo/Steve again?
I see Akimbo/Steve but only in my imaginings. He's a silver tabby with white socks and used to come home stinking of women's perfume. He was quite the romancer I believe. He was a lover but always on his terms, you know how cats are. He used to sleep on our flat mates chest all the time, but that had to end after the second time he threw up in his face. The poor flat mate. o.O It's interesting you have had complete opposites of color. Do you think the coloring in any way influences their personality?
Yep I call her (when she is ignoring me) - hard to get lulu. When I was a child we had so many animals. I had: 3 dogs Birds fish Ginnie pigs & lots of angora rabbits (I adore rabbits, they are so funny)
But we never had cats, my parents are afraid of them )))))))))))) When I was old enough to move out I had my first cat.
If it were up to me we would only have a cat in the house. I relate better to them than dogs, although I do love our red dog very much. I think cats come across as more intelligent because they are aloof, but it's pretty much magic when a cat sits in your lap and purrs while you pet it, where as with a dog the attention is always there and so unremarkable. I guess when it comes down to it I like the challenge and the mischeviousness of the feline over the blind devotion of the canine.