My Munchkin cat is like no other
by April A
I adopted Sasha in April 2000. I remember thinking she was cute but not the kitten I would have chosen. However, I was happy because I had a new forever kitten…and I only paid $25 for her because I agreed to have her spayed. From the moment we left the breeder I knew she was different than any other cat I’d ever met.
Sasha was this tiny 6 week old ball of fluff but displayed a much bigger personality. For the ride home I put her in a box on my front seat….she got out and rode home on the dash.
Once at home she met her new brother, Harley. Harley was a 20lb domestic cat. He was not thrilled with his new companion. I tried to keep them separate so he wouldn’t hurt her while I was at work and I could supervise them while
they adjusted. Sasha slid under the doors so I had to let them work it out. She had/has no fear.
My little Munchkin has the heart of a lion. She is full of love. Always giving affection. Shes a very prominent family member, always making sure we know shes down there. : )
She would spend hours laying in my arms watching tv, before my daughter was born. Now that my daughter is 3 she spends hours being a living baby doll and being carried around the house. She has an amazing amount of tolerance!
Our Harley became ill and had to go to Heaven about 2 yrs ago. We have recently adopted a new little brother for Sassy (Sasha). Its been a little over a week and she is still showing him she’s the boss.
He is 4 months old and bigger than her, skinny and long legged. Miss Sasha is making it well known that she is in charge around here…to all of us!