|Author: Cat Lovers Posted: Apr. 2, 2001||This Page Viewed: 19,959|
Here are my three cats: ~Jennifer L. LaVoie
Left: Jordan is also a very sweet kitty who just wants to be near you all the time and purr--she loves to lay on my tarot spreads!
Center: Euphrates is a very sweet kitty who always thinks its bedtime--she loves to play with the top of my pen as I try to write in my tarot journal...she also likes to sit on the computer monitor and chase the mouse around...she will also watch TV
Right: Nero is a very smart, but rather gruff kitty who lets you know who is boss...He loves candles and he likes to play fetch.
Center: These two suspicious looking characters are in fact my babies. :) The one lying out on the sofa is Alecta, the fury of war. Ally doesn't actually behave like a fury of war however, but more like a princess- very prim and proper although she likes a bit of fun. Tarragon on the other hand behaves very much like his name (Tarragon means 'little dragon') and breathes fire on people whenever he cant get his own way. Both are surprisingly intelligent though and I personally couldn't live without them. ~Charon http://www.angelfire.com/stars/SkyGate/bluemoon.html
Right: Okay here's cute of the cats playing ~David Adams
Left: Sabrina, (who's human is Lisa Harris) supervising web page construction. In addition to building web pages, Sabrina also writes the families holiday letters, and runs the house. ~Lisa
Center: This is Kunta Kinti and he is a hero! Early one morning about 4 months ago now, I slept soundly in my bed until I was awaken by Kunta Kinti, still half asleep and trying to open my eyes I could hear his desperate meows. When I realized that my eyes were open and the reason I could not see was because the house was on fire and my room so thick with black smoke that I was better off keeping my eyes shut. I could barely breathe and became disorientated very quickly, Kunta Kinti meowed until he led me to a small window. I jumped through only to get up from the ground in time to watch flames engulf the entire place. I waited for Kunta Kinti to follow through the window.....he did not. I called for him all day until finally, there he was covered in soot so thick I almost didn't recognize him. I am eternally grateful to him for saving me and am more grateful to still have him with me! ~Kunta Kinti and Aroaha
Right: He was a pint sized stray kitten with no fear and a tuxedo coat! I named him Vester. He stood up to our Beagle (Daisy) and stole broccoli off of my plate the first night we brought him home. He is a very strong and wonderfully smooth male energy who serves to keep me balanced. His particular talent is that if I somehow "forget" to let him in on a ritual or anything which produces energy he will "somehow" get my door to open. I guess he knows when he is needed. That, or he believes that he is always needed! (Maybe he's an energy
junkie!:)) He just can't stand to be left out! I love this cat! A proud friend to this Witchcat, ~Michelle
Left: We found this sweet little boy on the side of the road recently. How anyone can do that I just can't imagine. He has a good home now, with Goblin and Grymalkin (both featured on your site). We're still debating names - he hasn't expressed a preference yet. :) ~RavynnFyr
Center: This is my 1/2 Himalayan "Merlin". I can't keep him out of my Avon boxes! Everytime the UPS man delivers this big boy is on stand by for someone to hurry and open a box!
Right: My second picture is of my cat "Sakari". She is always into everything, INCLUDING walking into 'circles', disrupting spells and rituals by planting herself in the middle of everything! She is truly our "Witch Cat" who does not want to be forgotten when it comes to Practicing the Craft. ~Silver ShadowWolf
Left: Hi! This is my sweetheart, Bryn, with our familiar, Viola. She picked me at the lonliest time of my life, when I needed her most. She just showed up on my doorstep and walked into the house like she owned it. I thank the Goddess every day for her. ~Mindy
Center: This is my magnificent companion Nick. Nick is a Maine Coon Cat. He moved in with me one hot summer day almost five years ago when I lived in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. He walked into my apartment, sniffed everything, and then laid down on the floor and said to me, "What's for dinner?" He was wearing a collar that had a name and phone number on it. A few days later, Nick was still hanging out with me so I gave the woman a call. She told me that he was no longer her cat but would tell the owner that I had called her to tell her that he had moved in with me. A few days later his owner came to visit me and told me that if he found happiness with me, he should be my cat. And I have found happiness having Nick. He is the cuddliest and most loving cat I have ever known! ~Diane
Right: Attached you will find a picture of my Cat, Persius. He loves getting into things as you can see in the picture. He is all male he loves playing rough, picking up sassy females, drinking water from the faucet and climbing into any hole he finds. He as lovable as he is mischievous. ~Mike-MagkWithIn
Left: This is my old cat Scooter. He passed away about 5 years ago, but he lived till he was 15. We named him Scooter because he used to scoot all around the house, especially when we had visitors. I miss Scooter dearly, my poor tabby. ~Moonlight Morgan
Center: Here is my precious cat, Sebastian. He is an unusual cat to say the least. When I'm down he's there nudging me with his head letting me know he is listening. I hope you will post his picture. ~Teressa
Right: Hi. My cat's name is Samivar Latte. He is my constant companion. He is an indoor cat and clearly a sun worshipper. This is what he was doing when I took this picture--sitting by his favorite window. ~Michelle Drumheller
This is my Daphne, a little girl who entered my life not one month old. Born Feb 20, 2000. She's my little Pisces (I have an affinity with Pisceans). She sleeps on my monitor, in my chairs and has a few short whiskers from examining the candles on my altar.. making sure I have it just right... her nickname is Little Running Horse, cause that's what it sounds like when she runs a-muck around the house... she likes people and is always intent on watching what we humans do, from washing dishes to fixing the plumbing. ~Carolyn
Left: "Sleeping Daphne" is a picture of her Sleeping, oblivious to her surroundings...
Center: This is a picture of her teaching me to read, and looking quite dissatisfied with my ability...
Right: Here is a recent picture of her trying to sleep with mommy trying to get her attention...
Center, Right and next three: Enclosed are pictures of my wonderful companions. The Red-point Siamese is S'eamus a 3 year old male born on Samhain, his big brother Hermes is the Sealpoint Siamese, who is a 4 year old male and was also born on Samhain. The gray tabby is Gizoli. He came to my patio door with his big green eyes looking in as if to say, "please take me in, I'm cold and hungry".. he was about 6 or 7 weeks old and his mother/siblings were no where to be found, so he stole my heart and now there are three. The fourth picture is of my grandson's lovely Lady Zoe, she is the sister of Hermes and is also a sealpoint Siamese. Well, almost, I have 7 that I feed and care for that are strays, four of them are black, two black and whites and a lovely little girl that is a calico. I have gained the trust of all but two of them, and can even pick a few of them up to give hugs and nose kisses. We are hoping to soon get them all neutered or spaded by spring. Thank you for allowing me to share their pictures with everyone. ~Wanda
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