Likes: Burrowing like a rabbit. Beating Al up and trying to bite his jugular.
Pet-Peeves: Al licking the jelly/gravy off her food and leaving dry lumps. Too many belly rubs (makes her kick like a hare!).
Favorite Toy: She's too cool for toys now. She does like chewing polystyrene packing chips tho, and we have to hide them from her if we get them in a box.
Favorite Nap Spot: Housemates bed. Under the Vespa. Top of the stairs.
Favorite Food: Whiskas temptations, a little Cornish cheddar now and again, organic yogurt
Skills: Hunting (sorry to those of a nervous disposition..!). Fighting (see "lives")
indoors and outdoors
Arrival Story: A friend down the road had a most adorable tabby kitten. I wanted one from the same litter, but they'd all found a home. But the woman who owned the mummy cat didn't get her done... so there was another litter of adorable tabbies! They were more stripy than the first litter, and when they were all running around we saw this little girl kitty with black pads and a big W on her face, and we just fell in love!
She has the softest fur ever and cute belly spots...
WILLOW SAYS - GET YOUR CAT NEUTERED! Kittens might be cute but what happens when they cant get a home?
Bio: She is a bit of a diva and doesn't like Al, whom she deems a smelly uncouth interloper!
When she was little she was very active and loved running around the house, and even fell in the bath. She got wet from paws to whiskers!
Willow passed on Monday 26th October after she was hit by a car.
She loved the outdoors.
Mummy clicked on Catster today and there I was on the front page, sitting in my sink!
She showed Daddy and he went "Ahh...".
They really miss me.
Thanks Catster for this accolade.
(PS Although I died because I ran away, Mum isn't happy that you are promoting electronic behaviour devices like the Invisible Fence. What they DONT tell you on the web-page is that it works by ELECTROCUTING your pet with an ELECTRIC SHOCK! Such devices are banned in Wales and now they will probably be banned in the UK. They are cruel. Would you electrocute your babies?)
We used to go in and out of a door to use our litter tray, but now the door is closed. There is a hole we can jump in and out of, but sometimes it is closed and we cant figure out how to open it, which is odd as we are good at opening stuff. Mum and Dad say its called a Cat Flap and put it in there so we could go into the lean-to where our litter trays and they wouldn't let all the cold into the house. Well, never mind letting COLD into the house, what about little old me? I went for a pee and the flap thing shut and I had to meow for ages to get someone to open it for me and let me in...
Mummy has not been well as she has had a procedure on her neck which has made it very painful and she's getting headaches, but eventually she got well enough to go out in the garden and play with the plants and of course with us.
If she just leaves the door open and doesn't go out with us, we find things to do but its not as much fun, and the ginger beast chases us indoors. He came in yesterday and mum even caught him trying to eat our food! The nerve!
We love it outdoors and found a frog to play with. Mum shut it in the greenhouse and we tried to get it with our paws under the plastic and chased it round and round, but she wouldn't let it out.. spoilsport!