oh there are both "street cats" and home cats here...<br>street cats only in south though. many feed them as well .. so bringing some extra food for them. i like the street cats, they are normally so delicate structured.. and so FREE .. <br><br>but then the normal cats.. oh yes there are!! mine are black "just cats" .. mixed but nice character. must have some siamese blood, he is very vivid .. and has long legs. and she.. his sister, is really different as character... my male cat like's the cars.. and computers as well.. so many times he's been looking wtf i'm doing with a computer.. looking that way that i took him out of the room when i left.. now.. would be curious to see how he'd use jaguar.. hehe ^_^<br><br><br><br>Giaguara<br>
Loc: London, United Kingdom
My cat is a similar age and got pregnant at a similar age too, though we had her at the time but had not yet got here fixed as the vet said it was to early for her to get pregnant. We had to give the litter away as we allready had 2 cats in the house and my parents did not have room for 3 young boys and 6 cats. <br><br>As I said she never really grew up and still behaves like a kitten, she is also kind of stupid but I don't hold that against her. She is also the vainest cat I know and she is allways showing off her stomach to everyone. She is also incredibly fussy and turns her nose up at most food in her bowl, but that does not stop her from eating anything that looks edible that happens to be lying around (she seems to quite like carrot!?!).<br><br>"I'd hate to die twice. It's so boring."<br>- Richard P Feynman, Last Words<br>
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