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Kitty Star of the Week
Our star this week is Snarf, "the bipolar, mutant seven-toed, devil kitty" !! Snarf lives
with the son and daughter-in-law of our submitter, who writes:
"Snarf is a true character. He will be playing with you and rubbing up against you one
minute, then suddenly, without warning he'll turn into a devil kitty and swat you! He
needs medication. In the summer he would come across the street because they lived right
across the street from us. Snarf would go to the front window screen, which would be open
in the summertime, and I would call out to all my kitties, "Snarf is here. Come and see
Snarf"! All my cats would run like crazy to the front window to see Snarf, especially
Baby. I think Baby and Snarf had a thing going.
He would hiss and pound the screen really hard and show all his teeth and Baby would
exchange the same greetings! It was very funny.
"The reason I kid and call him a mutant kitty was because of his seven toes. I just love
Snarf to pieces even though he is like a Jekyll and Hyde cat. To this day if I call out
the name Snarf, all the cats coming running looking around like, "Where's he at, where's
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From the Crazy for Kitties mailbox: One of the casting directors for Animal
Planet's "My Cat from Hell" is looking for more people (4th season)
who have cats with behavioral issues. The show features cat behavior expert
Jackson Galaxy, who has helped many cats and their people -- maybe he can
help your cat or the cat of someone you know. If you live in the Los Angeles
area and have a crazy cat, contact the show -- check out the casting information page at My Cat from Hell.
Maybe your cat has that devilish star quality!
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Baby, who is a frequent guest, likes to sleep on her back -- and snore.
See the video.
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Baby (the cat) and Tink (the dog) have an interesting relationship...
Tink tries fierce
Tink tries innocence
Tink thinks maybe another bite attempt...
Tink tries bite action number two
Tink tries nice -- Baby is not impressed
Aren't we just the cutest? Baby bides her time...
Baby makes her move!
Tink says, "Hey!"
Friends again -- sort of
A visit from Scooter (January 2002):
T-Shirts and Sweatshirts for Cat Lovers
More shirts here...
cat-themed stickers, ornaments, and keepsake boxes
||We've separated out the cat themed items here and have
organized them into some different price categories. About 400 are
priced under 10
dollars (be patient for that page to download!). And around 500 are between
$10-$25. Magnets, notecards,
art prints and other goodies are available, too. Whimsical and funny, cute and
cuddly, realistic and photographic -- something for everyone! Great gifts for you
cat-loving friends and relatives.
How many felines do you have? Please take our poll:
A visit from Tigger (November 2002):
I was adopted from the SPCA
Some cat facts...
- "Ghost markings" are faint tabby markings seen in some solid colored cats, especially when the cats are kittens.
- Cat can hear sounds at much higher frequencies than humans -- up to 100,000 hertz as opposed to our 20,000 hertz.
- "Cat" in Yupik (an Eskimo language) is "kuskaq."
- The European Burmese colors are brown, cream, lilac, red, blue, chocolate, and the Tortoiseshell versions of these colors.
- Adult cats sleep a total of about 16 hours a day.
- Abyssinians are muscular cats with amber, hazel, or green eyes, and with hairs that have three bands of ticking.
- "Muzzle" is the projecting jaw and nose of a cat.
- Cats need a lot of protein, between 25 and 30 percent of the dry content per serving must be protein. A diet with less than 19 percent protein can cause illness. (Dog food should not be given to cats.)
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Your guide to caring for, understanding and loving your cat! Check it out!
Parts of a boat named for a cat: cat back, cat beam, cat boat, catfall,
catharpin, cathead, cathole, cat hook, cat rig, and catwalk.
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Lots more posters and prints here!
The friend you've been waiting for is at your local animal shelter.
No more homeless pets! Adopt a shelter pet. Get started by
Please consider donating to help animals (and their humans) affected by
recent disasters. There are many good organizations, but here are two:
ASPCA -- 866-275-3925
Humane Society of the United States -- 888-259-5431
What is "TNR"? It stands for "trap-neuter-return" and is a humane way to
control feral (wild) cat populations. Alley Cat Allies is an organization
that promotes TNR. For more information, visit
Animal Poison Control 24-hour hotline: 1-800-548-2423
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