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Michele - 2011-03-24
I have an 11 year old white angora cat named Tyler. He is and always will be the love of my life...He has been a joy since the day I brought him home. He is ill now but there will never be another. He really thinks he is a person...

Michele

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Renata, Trinidad, W.I. - 2010-04-20
I lost my very friendly cat Fletcher with name tag and all to an "evil" man (a tenant), who stole him and maybe killed him. Thank God that man is gone now. I was very afraid to get another pet, as I am very protective of them - that's why I don't have dogs anymore (my first love) - because of tenants downstairs. But I visited my local animal shelter and cried over my missing cat. Then a woman directed me to this little shiny grey quiet cat, who turned out to be the best behaved cat ever! She does not go to strangers, she does not eat scraps nor eat from your plate nor interfere with the garbage - she will drink your water though, she does not go where I don't- she has never yet ventured into any of the other apartments open doors or windows even if she is bribed. She loves to stay inside even though she is free to go out. She communicates with me in sound - she calls to find out where I am in the apartment. She is very serious about being fed to her leisure. Once I'm home, she stays close to where I am approx. 80% of the time. And if I'm out, she stays inside approx. 95% of the time. If I'm out she waits until I come home to go outside to hunt and do her 'business'. The point is, she's safe from dangerous people. And for this I am so grateful. When I get up in the morning she walks beside me and guides me to her bowl to feed her first. You can't help but develop a very close and instinctive bond with this cat. She helped me in dealing with the grief of losing my previous cat. I was afraid of the man, but I am not afraid anymore. God gave me victory over him - I smile and wave hello whenever I see him - he is so confused when I do that. But you see because he killed my cat (which belongs to God) for whatever reason, I now know what a dangerous person he was. He broke my water line on purpose during the early hours of the morning then called me @2:30am then again @3:30am to come downstairs - the plumber confirmed it was tampered with (twice). So while I still grieve for my cat Fletcher I am grateful to have overcome this dangerous threat to my life in the likes of this man- because I lived alone at the time. But now peace has come and my new lovely cat Smokey is my new room-mate - she has her own identity/ demands privacy, etc. In fact, she's a lot like me!

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  • Felicia - 2010-08-27
    What a lovely story :) I am so glad you found peace and happiness with this new cat that the Lord gave you. However the man in this story sounds VERY scary (oh my goodness!) - praise God he's gone too! I'm not sure I could wave to someone that sounds so evil. Good for you and I wish you well. May the peace of the Lord be with you always.

    ~Felicia, Griffith I.N.

  • Lorraine Dutch - 2011-03-08
    My little girl, Bella is a rescue cat, who also consoled me after I lost my beloved blue Oriental, Nicholas, to kidney disease at age 12. Her nature seems much like your cat's although I have to monitor her food intake as she is very fond of her food. Lorraine, Qld, Australia.
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SP - 2011-02-19
Hi,
I have a traditional siamese, named kenzo. He's an absolute angel at times and a terror, he has so much energy, always looking for something to do, he's broken a lot of things at home, you need a lot of patience with siamese cats..he's always bringing gifts, if it's not a birds head, then it's their wing. I do let him outdoors even tho I was not supposed to, but my house is small, he gets bored very quick. If you're planning to get a siamese be prepared, they not like your normal cats, but they very fun to own, he's very good with my little nieces, and with my moms two cats, but I introduced him early to them, he somehow made friends with a neighbors dog lol....he's full of tricks....but I wouldn't have two have them his a handful already, if he pass on, I'll most def get a siamese again.

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Barbara Adams - 2011-02-01
I used to have a great angora named Samantha. She was white and odd-eyed (one blue and one gold). She has long since passed on but I do miss her a lot. She acted more like one of kids in my family and was always loving and very playful. She was always very protective and kept dogs and other cats out of our yard.

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tracy wykoff - 2010-04-11
I would really like to adopt a havanna brown. My dad saw them on a cat breed show and fell in love with them. He really wants one. We have a calico and a main coon. Both are not registered. We have all our pets spade or neutered. We do not want to breed. If anyone has a kitten or young cat female preferred I am willing to pay for shipping it doesn't even have to be a pure breed. We will not show or breed. It is for a family pet. My mom is disabled with fibromialgia and my dad is retiring this fall. They love cats and will have alot of time to spoil them! dtcma@msn.com or dtmwykoff@gmail.com thanks

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  • john abreu - 2010-11-20
    I have a beautiful male havana brown which I am looking to place in a good home. I acquired him 1 month ago but my other male burmese cat is very unaccepting of him.
  • Dan Haase - 2011-01-24
    I am very interested in your cat. Please call me as soon as possible.
    Dan 757-495-0414
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Veronica - 2010-11-06
I think my chocolate brown cat is accidental as well. He's gorgeous chocolate brown everything, no tabby markings but one little white spot near his eye. He has green/gold eyes, he's a little chubby and doesn't look slender like legitimate havana's but his facial features are the same, nose, etc. He's very anti social with strangers. Hates dogs but eventually tolerated my new puppy. Loves to be outside but I limit that, too many strays in the neighborhood. He fetches, or at least he used to. He's 7 now, not as active as he used to be, he used to be content with a rolled up piece of foil in a ball and would fetch that, played for hours! He'll sit at the window and call the birds in the most strangest meow/howl. He's social with the family, only my mom and daughter, not my dad but doesn't hesitate to fall asleep at his feet. He likes to be touched but NEVER carried and will NEVER sit on your lap, EVER. Once, when he was a kitten, he fell asleep on my tummy, like a little baby, but like I said, ONCE. Other than that, he's pretty vocal, he scratches at your bedroom door if he's out of food or water. He's a wonderful cat and his vet loves him, always takes him around to show him off, which is weird, don't know how he does it, he hates to be carried.

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  • Mars - 2011-01-23
    I am trying to find out how likely/rare it is to find a non-bred chocolate kitty. My solid chocolate girl was rescued from a feral colony, most of whom are solid black. No other brown cats. Plus I'm pretty sure which ones are her mother and sister - and they're both solid black. She too has that puppy way of "heeling" when I walk through the house, a somewhat odd vocal quality (mine sort of bleats like a goat!), and is pure muscle. Looks almost identical to the one in the photo at the top of this page.
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erica guy - 2008-02-05
nice cats
eg

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  • Luc - 2011-01-22
    Here is a picture of my cat which I rescued at four months old. I believe that the closest feline he resembles would be the "Turkish Angora." I would like to report some behavior that I would have not expected, having being raised by a couple of cats and dogs as I grew up. This feline, opens up cupboards and turns off lights, loves the water and even enjoys canine company. I challenge anybody to tell me that this isn't the cat that I think it in the photo. Anyways, would love to have more advice on this obscure breed- lucgreen
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shanae - 2010-07-12
I own two beautiful black and white scotish fold cats, sylvester and taz, sylvester looks like sylvester off of looney tunes, he is so affectionate with me, he follows me everywhere and even lays on my side wen i am curled up on the couch, he might be sweet at times but wen he wants to play hide your feet cause he loves to bite feet. Taz is a little devil, hence the name TAZ, he is a ball full of energy, he is my husbands cat, they do everything together when my hubby eats he feeds his cat some, wen his cat wants to play he walks up and meows at him. My cat just pesters me until I pet him, and they both attack the dogs from underneath the coffee table, they are fun, lovable, sweet, and spontaneous. I don't know what I would do without them it my life.

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  • andie - 2011-01-16
    I also have a most gorgeous scottish fold her name is kaylee which is the name of a scottish dance but only spelt well different she's the same as she meows until I pet her and I love it she follows me round the house yeah she's mine she loves my husband also but I'm No. 1 had her since a kitten and is now 5 years she sleeps at night by my side on the couch but doesn't like 2 b picked up or cuddled shame but love her all the same she still plays like a kitten loves the string bought her expensive toys but no the string is her fav along with her tunnel I read they are not vocal she is maybe she learned that of our siamese cat anyway as your self I adore my girl and same couldn't imagine life without her.

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Lee - 2010-04-13
I rescued a cat at an animal shelter which I found out to be an ocicat. She is quite remarkable and beautiful. She has such dog-like qualities and loves to play fetch. She is quite talkative and is in everyone's business. My husband who is not a cat person happens to love this cat. She is 8 months old and is just about as big as my other adult cat. I read that they can grow for 2 years. Looking forward to seeing if that is true. What a great find!

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  • Janet Palin - 2011-01-04
    I bottle fed a little kitten born by a Calico.. He is long and skinny 3Mo now, and apparantly will be very tall. He is very affectionate and VERY PLAYFUL!
    I take a pair of fuzzy sock and warm them in the dryer, and he goes wild! He runs with them and growls and hovers over them, and dont dare try to take them away! He plays tug of war with them and you can chase him.. He loves to play fetch, just like a dog? My Calico at home mothers him and keeps him very clean.. LOL we love him. Your the first to hear of your cat acting like a dog! Try the sock thing, its hilarious..
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Olivia - 2010-10-30
I cant find a breeder for an ocicat but my best friend's cousin had one and it was gorgeous. Does any body know where I can find one?

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  • Rita - 2011-01-04
    Hi, I have just seen your comment on animal world. I breed Ocicats in the UK. They are brilliant fun and super pets. I have no idea where you are but if you check out World of Ocicats you will find breeders listed in many countries. Hope you find one near to you. My website is www.yesso.co.uk
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