I would describe them more like dogs than cats. Very attached to their family. When we went away at Christmas, she stopped eating. When we got home, she literally hugged my neck and rode on my shoulders for the next day, like you will never leave me again.LM - I've always been intrigued by the cat of Pharos. What are their typical dispositions, if there is such a thing?
No doubt she did DeeAnna. Cats are pretty savvy that way!I am absolutely convinced my Tish adopted me, not the other way around.
Nav, how pretty and precious your Mimi was. I love her face!I had a calico of my own many years ago, here she is, such a sweet girl.
I was lucky enough to have her for 12 years, and she was the sweetest cat I've ever had. I miss her every day.
Thanks CaraBou, but the pic is of Jaida, my Calico from back in the 80s. But you're right, she was a sweet girl. Here is Mimi, my sweetest ever, that I lost in October. She would stare so long into my eyes, like she was trying to tell me something. I never found out what it was, but maybe one day...over the bridge.No doubt she did DeeAnna. Cats are pretty savvy that way!
Nav, how pretty and precious your Mimi was. I love her face!
T'Beau is such a Cajun/Creole name! How did you come up with it?I think this thread has solved a 12 year mystery for me.
T'Beau adopted me on a property I used to work on, living under a clump of ornamental grass. Friendly from the get go, playing in water and a personality unlike any of all the cats I've lived with over the years.A most remarkable animal and thats just not my opinion.
So I'm looking at the head of LoviesMom cat and its looking familiar..that V shaped head caught my attention. And while not of ruddy coloration(he's black and white) I was struck by the profile. So I searched the web and saw pictures of cats with abyssinian in their bloodlines, It seems the ears are of normal height but that V shaped profile is unmistakable . I have a part Abyssinian...mystery solved!