I'm a cat lover, so here's my babies.
Okay, we did originally have 2 cats, Princess and Dipper. Unfortunately, we had to put Dipper down this August because her health was declining at a very fast pase.
She was a 12 pound Grey Tabby cat that was so funny. Mind you, we adopted her like this, we didn't make her fat, she just came that way. OMG, she would literally demand food, whether she had any or not. Not to mention, she would try to scam people into giving her more whether she was already fed or not. I also want to mention that she didn't eat meat like most cats would, but she loved her dairy. Mind you, we did this in moderation and she would lick off our fingers, so it wouldn't be damaging.
She liked her milk, melted ice cream (mind you, vanilla flavored because cats can't have chocolate), chesse, cream cheese, and even a little bit of the frosting of a carrot cake. Let's just say that knew how to relax. She would literally take up an entire couch cooshin if you let her. The best thing about her was she wasn't aggressive AT ALL. Maybe she'll hiss at you or growl at you if you provoked her enough, but other than that, she would literally tolerate you putting on a santa hat for cats at Christmas time.
Mind you, she was around 17-18 years old this year. It turns out that she had an olser in the back of her throat, which would prevent her from eating normally. She went from being 12 pounds to 9 pounds, then literally creeping down to 7 or 6 pounds. The poor thing was starving, but at the same time, the vet were guessing that she had cancer. The only problem was that it would actually take surgery for a cat to figure out whether she had it or not. Unfortunately, we didn't have the money for the surgery. So, I made the family decision of putting her down because I didn't want her to suffer anymore.
R.I.P Dipper. We still love you
Princess here, a Tortiseshell and Calico mix, is still a spoiled little girl thinking she owns everything. From my side of the bed to on top of Mom's and Dad's pillows on their bed. She's also 17-18 year old cat. I say she's a Tortiseshell and Calico mix is because in the picture provided, her face, back, and tail are Tortiseshell, but her chest and tummy are white, then she has one arm solid black and the other arm solid tan. She lastly has 2 white front paws, like she's wearing a pair of gloves and her hind legs are tan while it looks like she's wearing a matching pair of white boots.
Let's just say the last time she went to the vet was last year. Nothing too dire, but she was crouching down than normal (she was 16 years old at the time). The vet that we saw, when she was checking Princess' heart and lungs, made the comment, "Princess doesn't have the heart or lungs of a 16 year old cat", which actually surprised her. It turns out her little socket where her hip was just a twinge out of place, but not crippling.
Anyway, she loves her meat, as in chicken, pork, beef, fish, you name it. The only thing here is that she refuses
to eat shrimp and yet she'll go nuts over tuna
Now a days, she'll nod off to sleep on the arm rest of the chair and then she'll fall off without realizing it
For this little sweet heart, for her to be a 17-18 year old cat, she's still got some spunk left in her