Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Wordless Wednesday, featuring Mooji!


Early morning conversation with Mooji the cat:
Mooji: I want out in the yard!
Gillian: You won't like it, it is raining.
Mooji: Let me go!
Gillian: Well, okay.
Mooji: Let me in! Are you trying to KILL ME?

Mooji is one of our extended family and lives in Vancouver, Washington with a doggie pal!


Mooji was born on July 4th, 1999. Teri still remembers that day, as she had plans to go to a parade with friends and she had someone watching the expectant tomcat. When she got back to the house, her friend said that the tomcat had curled up and gone to sleep about noon, so he just left her alone...well, she delivered 5 kittens all by herself, with no complications!


Teri has lost track of one of Mooji's brothers because his family gave him away without Teri's guidance and his new family doesn't respond to Teri's contacting them. One sister crossed the bridge because of heart problems, but that family still has two of our exended family and keep in touch.

Nutty lives in Oregon, with the parents of his original family now, and Phoebe in Louisiana and her family has grown and includes human kids now and the kitties are happy!


This is what Mooji's mom says about him: The dog, Maggie, is a Rhodesian Ridgeback hound. She and Mooji are best friends and whenever possible, sleep together like this. When all else fails, Mooji just uses Maggies the dog as a mattress! I am always complimented on Maggie's good manners towards cats, when I take her out and about. I tell everyone she had a great teacher, her cat roommate at home!


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4 comments:

  1. Great that you can keep in contact with some of them!

    --Purrs (and woofs) from Life with Dogs and Cats

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  2. It's nice when you get reports on the extended family. Mom says to tell Mom Teri that she is looking forward to meeting her at Blog Paws. XO, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Astrid, Lisbeth, Giulietta, Fiona and Calista Jo

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  3. Smetines, it is worth goin out in the rain. I do. ~ Marley

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