Tigger is a Maine Coon Cat. He is an indoor/Outdoor Cat who likes to take walks up the street with us and our Vizsla Captain. He’s always paroling the perimeter Our Yard, fearless as he goes.
He has an arch Nemesis: The Neighborhood Fox. At times, when Tigger decides to spend the evening outdoors on the prowl, we’ll wake up to the Cry of the Fox, look at each other, and Say “Tigger’s Outside!” One of us will run to the garage door, open it, and Tigger will saunter Casually in, having Outfoxed the Fox again. Cats afterall, are excellent saunterers. Despite the Fox’s Story Book Reputation, I have seen Tigger, from my upstairs bedroom Window, Chase him out of the yard.I believe they have an agreement, that When Tigger is in the Yard, the Fox is Not. This has earned him the Moniker, “Combat Cat.”
He is also especially sensitive, energetically, as cats are: He knows who to avoid, and who to attend to. He is an excellent massage therapist tending to abdominal discomforts of all varieties, unprompted. In a Word, He’s Tiggerific.
- Gloria from USA ,PA
Smokey is a long-haired tuxedo cat we adopted along with his mother when he was just a tiny kitten. Though his eyes were blue, they turned gold as he got older.
Smokey absolutely loves to eat vegetables! He goes especially crazy for green beans and when we have salad he gets his own bowl!
- Sue from Calif, USA
He has major cattitude…he is spoiled rotten, knows exactly what he wants and when he wants it, however we will swear he doesn’t own us…at least not yet…In december he will be a year old and he is a big boy…
- k spencer from pa
Sophers is a Maine Coon and a holy terror, here she is resting up before her next round of troubleness!
- Sandi from Juneau, Alaska
One of the houses I used to own had a separate utility room with sink unit & washing macine. I was great for cleaning the cats bowls etc.I had cleaned floor & put the litter tray on the sink. Obviously, Henry couldn’t wait! lol =^..^=
- Suzanne from Glasgow, Uk
Thank you to everyone who participated!