|Author: Cat Lovers Posted: Apr. 2, 2001||This Page Viewed: 28,556|
Center: Koo was adopted by my family and has been such a pleasure to keep. Our kitties are well looked after in Australia and own the biggest property to roam free. These best buddies were separated on this earth, though there is a sort of calm and contentment about koo, suggesting he knows that they will meet up soon again... ~angel
Right: Thought everyone might enjoy this picture of my blue eyed white persian "Charles". Yes, he is a real cat. The graphic you see was made for me from a photo. Done by Lady Helene, at http://www.i-love-cats.com/meow/coolcats Others may enjoy what she does with a cat. Or any familiar. Her work is really nice. ~Gina
Center: Angel is an incredibly beautiful, 2-yr.-old pastel tortie who has feline AIDS. She has been in my organization's foster care for six months and is still available for adoption. I serve the Goddess through animal rescue and Angel has provided me with more learning lessons than any other cat that I have known. Angel's beauty and her demeanor have also captured the attention of many folks during our adoption sessions and I believe that she has helped to change the world for countless other cats. Her message is simple: Please keep your cats inside-the outdoors is not the same place for cats that it was years ago-FIV and Feline Leukemia are out there! Angel is magickal. I think you can see it in her eyes. If anyone is interested in adopting her, please contact Josie at firstname.lastname@example.org. (She lives in the Atlanta area.) Thank you and Blessed Be. ~Josie Giles
Right: This is Sophie, who helps me on her specialized CAT OS, MaCATosh Operating System. ~Deena Larsentextra@chisp.net
Center and Right: The first picture is of Sly. When she was 8 weeks old she came up meowing at my door and heart. In this picture she is in one of her favorite sleeping spots, a shoebox on top of the cabinets. The second picture is of Weasel. He is a Tokenize we adopted from the ASPCA. Here we are confusing him by blowing bubbles. He's not exactly the brightest kitty in the litter, but he loves everyone. ~Tim C.
Right: I would like to share this picture of my familiar and I. Her name is Hecate and she is a Canadian Lynx that I have raised. She now lives with her mate at the local zoo though we see each other often! ~Jennifer
Center: This is Magicka, the love of my life for almost one year. She truly is magical! ~Nan
Right: My cat Munchie is my inspiration. After being run over by a car and losing one of her hind legs, she still has an incredible desire to live life to the fullest. She has taught me that even if you lose a part of yourself, you are still the same person. So I would like to make this my small tribute to my friend, Munchie. ~Kristijo
Right: This is our kitty Mollie. We adopted her from the local Humane Society. She was first known as Olive, then as Millie. We named her Molly. In the picture, she looks terribly serious, but she has lightened up quite a bit! She is a great killer of foam earplugs, likes to rabbit-kick big plastic eggs, and stuffs her head as far as she can into her human's water glasses for a drink. She has yet to join in a circle, but she is loving life with us! ~Selkie & Dylan
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