Mar 022011

When you have an elder cat in the household, you learn to listen to her.

How can I ignore that?

Calie can’t eat the hard food that Thor can because of the Kidney disease she has been dealing with for the past 2 years, so this is the way that we communicate when she is hungry.  And this is the face that tells me to get off my duff and get her some food.


As a Calico, she has a certain attitude.  This can be described in many ways, and my daughters and I give it the “bitchy” factor.  We mean this in the nicest way possible, because we give her the utmost respect.  Everything is done on her terms, from the affection that is bestowed on her to how much she will tolerate small children around her.

She is also my husbands’ cat.  She will allow him to play and rough house with her when no one else dares to.

She rules the roost.

This is her kingdom.

And this is her throne.

But she is  what she is, and we love her for it.

  5 Responses to “Calies’ World”

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  1. That she is, she does, and we do! 🙂 Found one of my pictures of “Pootzilla” today btw lol not the one I was looking for, but a good one nonetheless

  2. I can’t remember what I did with my “Pootzilla” photo either…you know the one where it’s basically just her whole face and body? Guess I’ll have to hunt around today for it! You forgot to talk about “the paw,” though, Mom! Watch for the paw! 😉

  3. I wish I had a photo of “the paw”! That would be a good one!!

  4. You know, if you girls want to send me photos, I can put them on the website. Contributions!! 🙂 (No need to resize them, I have that covered on my end)

  5. The photo I have of her is when she’s curled into a ball and it’s just her body and head, the whole picture 🙂

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