Moty the warrior

by Car Rod
(Rincon PR)

Moty

Moty

Moty is short for motita de algodon, that is Spanish for little cotton ball.

He was a present from an old Lady who live down the road with over 30 cats and her daughter who suffers squizophrenia. She came one day with a little white cat in a box, and told us in a very secretive way, if my daughter finds out she will kill me.

We took the sick cat and feed him took him to a vet doctor, and grow into a very healthy cat. He is mainly outdoors and like to fight with other cats and even dogs, he is not as pretty as he use to be, but we love him anyway

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Aug 30, 2010
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Huricane Earl
by: Anonymous

Moty is under the bed for 2 days in a row, I think he can sense huricane Earl coming.

Aug 28, 2010
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Muy bonito Motito
by: Anonymous

Motito has a great face. I hope you can keep him safe as best you can, but I know how cats want to do their own thing. We were just commenting the other day how our cat, Fidget, doesn't want much to do with us until we go away and then come back and he is all over us, meowing and wanting to be close.
Teresa

Aug 24, 2010
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Fantastic eyes.
by: Larry (Editor)

Hi Car,

You say that Moty is not as pretty as he used to be. Perhaps the photo is not recent, in which case he used to be extremely handsome.

If it is a recent photo then he is a sensational looking cat, with fantastic eyes.

What a present to be given by someone. Thank you very much for sharing Moty's photograph with us.

Larry (Editor)

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School cat


well we have a farm at my school and around october one of the teachers didn't want their cat so they put it in the farm so someone could take it so i asked and now i have a cat.

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Apr 30, 2011
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Nice Cat.
by: Jan K Livett

That is very nice that you were able to get your cat from your school farm. Your cat looks very friendly and I'll bet that he, or she likes to be petted.

My daughter took her pet hamster into class as part of a project. We made sure that the hamster house door was secured but unfortunately a mischievous child managed to open it and Herman ( the hamster)was free for a few mins. One of the children grabbed him and he was put safely back in his house. From then on everybody kept an eye on things!

Look after you cat and she will give you so much love in return.

Jan 22, 2011
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Does School Cat have a name?
by: Larry (Editor)

Hello,

Well lucky you. You were chosen to look after a very special cat. Does School Cat have a name yet? How old is she or he?

Thank you very much for sharing about your new cat with us.

Larry (Editor)

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Why I Chose Kipper

by daisy
(kitimat, BC, canada)

Well it was about 2 months before my birthday but i could wait any longer. My brother's friend had a cat, and his cat had kittens and they were giving them away for free!

By the time I got there, two kittens only! The rest had already left with their new familys! So the only ones left were flick, the kitten who had soft fur, very fast running ability, and, he even chased his tail like a little puppydog! And the other kitten was named stripper, he had a very sleepy personality, but allways exploring the place.

Flicks Fur: soft, short, and black and white! Stripper's Fur: short, scratchy, and orange with stripes. I Chose....Flick! I named him johnny, and his nick-name was Kipper. but it was cool calling him my friend. and that is why i chose Kipper:)

He is pretty crazy. He climbs the beds and sofas, jumps out the window (only in the basement) scratches, bites, runs from everyone, trust me he is crazy wild. Eats bugs, opens bags (only plastic ones) rips the toilet paper, and everything. Seriously, my cat has a case of the crazys.

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Aug 03, 2010
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Crazy wild and lovable.
by: Larry (Editor)

Hi Daisy,

Kipper sounds like a great choice . . . crazy wild but very lovable I'll bet.

Yes, our cats are our friends, sometimes they are the best friends we can hope to have. They don't ask for much just a little taking care of and a little love.

Thank you very much indeed for telling us all about Kipper.

Larry (Editor)

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