Bumping this up for my cats. I have three, but they are currently living with my grandmother. We have Cassie, who I got in 2009 when she was roughly six months old. She was born deformed. She has 3 and a half legs. When you see the photo you may understand why I say "half". She is missing the last digit on a toe on her opposite back leg; basically the part the nail grows in from. She was an evil kitten. I mean evil
. Worst kitten I ever had! Now she's a sweetie, but fat. She also has allergies I think. I really need to get her into the vet for that...
The next is Spookie, who sadly lives up to her name. She's basically a ghost of a cat. The story I got was that when she was about two weeks old, she was found in a trash can. The person who found her worked in a dog grooming place that I just happened to check out one day about a week later. They were showing someone this little black kitten and I got nosy. A week later, I picked her up from the same place. She liked to play with Cassie, as you will see from the pictures, but now she's a hider. She isn't spayed because that's the only time I can touch her. You would think I'd beaten this cat or something, but I didn't. She is a sweetie when she wants to be. I call her my "barely there Spookie".
The last addition to my family was Mew. She was a stray and I'd always wanted a Siamese, so I guess it worked out. This cat is the neediest animal on the planet. I have actually considered hiring someone just to pet her for eight hours a day. Then I'll have to pet her for eight hours a day in addition to! I once pet this car for four hours straight while I watched a marathon of House, M.D. She got all out of sorts when I stopped, but I had to pee! She's a good cat overall though. You can tell she was a stray because she'll eat just about anything and loves to sleep in plastic bags. Here's a picture to prove it! Please ignore the icky floor. That was taken at my crappy old apartment (a building that should have been burned down it was so bad). Oh, and this cat walks better on a leash than a dog does.