Nicknames: Mo-Mo, Mo-mee, Mo-ee Mo, Cookie (by the Blue Brothers)
Birthday: May 10th 2000
Coloration: Dilute Calico
Likes: Guarding the top of the stairs; being very stealth; being combed; being petted while she eats, photo sessions, boas!
Pet-Peeves: Thunder and lightening, aluminum foil, plastic bags, and her two brothers
Favorite Toy: String on a stick, long fleece strips
Favorite Nap Spot: Guest room bed or the window shelf
Favorite Food: Fancy Feast, but not the red can - turns her nose up and walks away!
Skills: Licks her lips right before eating, has a bunny hop in her step, master sand artist.
Arrival Story: Samoa was a stray and spent a lot of time in the woods behind our house. She gradually made her way to the front porch to be fed and eventually let me pick her up. It didn't take long before she made her way in the house, in our hearts, and a member of the family.
Bio: She is named after the Girl Scout cookie, because she has a caramel cookie-shaped spot above one eye! And because Samoa cookies are her Mawmee's favorite (but don't tell the others)!
Samoa is a very quiet kitty - walks quietly, purrs quietly, and doesn't talk much. When she does talk, it is in little tiny noises and chirps. She is a very girly girl cat.
She is also an occasional "love" biter - especially if you touch her belly! She loves, loves, loves to have her head and ears rubbed, and will dribble and drool to tell you how much she likes it.
Samoa's fur is the softest ever - almost like down. You can never pet her and not end up with some fine fuzzy fur on your hands.
We all know about our friends Queen Tallulah, Natalie the Nat Cat, and Sugar Bear who have battled feline mammary cancer. I thought I'd tell you about another friend who is going through the same terrible disease.
Please visit Avail's page and leave her an encouraging message in her latest diary entry.
She is a beautiful black kitty who has been through several surgeries - the most recent one yesterday! Please keep her in your purrs that she will have a quick recovery. She is quite a survivor!
And keep on getting out the important message of spaying female kitties and doing monthly Sugar rubs to check for lumps and bumps!
One thousand eight one cats are having birthdays on Catster today! I don't know how many of them are becoming teenagers, but I am!
I've been give some very royal treatment around here since the vet found that lump in my belly. Of course, I've always been the diva of the house, but I'm back to getting my meals served in the guest room, and also spending my evenings sleeping on the guest bed.
I find it more relaxing to eat with some privacy, and I haven't had any flojectiles since that vet visit. I'm also getting a daily treat of Nutri Cal. My servant puts some on her finger, and I lick it off. It is a gel type sticky substance that is full of vitamins and calories to help me maintain my svelte figure. Being a teenager takes a little extra work, but I know I'm worth it!
Thank you to all my friends who have dropped off some beautiful gifts to decorate my page - I'm going to enjoy a few cupcakes today, and maybe even a nibble on a ladybug or bluebird!