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Thursday, April 20, 2006

Homeseeker: Izzy

Izzy is a 6-8 month old male Mackerel tabby kitten, with a long perfect tail. He was found crying, and was probably abandoned. He is extremely friendly and affectionate, and has the very cute quirk of showing his little pink tongue. Izzy has been sterilised, vaccination and litter-box training status unknown. If you or anyone you know is interested to take away the reason for his crying, and give this affectionate young boy a home, please write to sephycat at gmail dot com. His Story A week after Samia re-appeared, btmao came home looking peeved and worried. There was a mackerel tabby, a young cat, running around Area 1 of the Street Gangs. He was crying, like a lost child, and the thing was a scaredy cat, running away at any noise. btmao was certain the poor thing was spooky because it was abandoned - the markings were quite pretty, and unlikely to be a local cat - since we've stole the mojo of everybody in the vicinity, no nursing mother's been spotted for at least 3 years now. Two days after that, btmao spotted the kit again, more calm this time, and willing to let her serve food. A boy, with a long perfect tail and really beautiful mackerel tabby markings. Izzy seemed to latch on to Samia for comfort, and she in turn was receptive to his companionship. Still, he seemed to miss his heartless family. Worse, he was a true cryer, and with a LOUD voice. He kept the crying up for 2 whole nights, during the weekend. We had to do something, before he brought the wrath of officialdom down upon us all. Keeping him away was a good idea at that time, and he seemed due for mojo-robbery anyway. And so we sent both in for mojo-removal together. He was sent in on Monday, 17 Apr. His mojo was taken the next day, 18 Apr. After a 2 day recovey period, he's back, spotting the tip-ear. He is well, and took an enjoyable leisurely dinner. Let's hope he doesn't cry tonight. Foster Mum seem to be at capacity, we'll have to check again. IF he can't check-in with her, we'll have to do a Bobby, and let him hang around Area 1 while we try to get him a home. Izzy gossip

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