Princess in Waiting
Join Date: Dec 2001
Location: Central FL - beside the Mouse
For the first time in I don't know how many years we have only one cat. As some of you know, I lost a cat last summer and he was one of those very special cats that loved everyone - especially people who don't like cats! I consider myself fortunate to have had two of the greatest cats in the world.
John Robert was born on a horse farm in Lex and was attacked by a rotty when he was a kitten. His pelvic bone was broken and the vet had decided to just put him down. When my friend steeled herself to do that, JR meowed at her and walked across the table (there had been fear that he would never be able to walk). She promptly put him back in a cage. As the saying goes, all you have to do is put all the parts of a cat in a room and close the door. Open it again in six weeks and you'll have a complete cat.
So I took him home and named him John Robert, much to the chagrin of my SIL John. He was actually Erin's cat but when we split up animals when we moved we ended up with him.
He is a robust cat - if you walk behind him and look down at him he looks as though he could give birth at any time.
I would post a picture, but being the great computer illiterate that I am you'll just have to imagine him. He is black, med length soft fur that knots up when you look at him, brilliant green eyes and a small white patch on his neck.
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