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Mandy: The Sweetest Cat I’ve Ever Had — 6 Comments

  1. I wonder if Monty would get along with Mandy. She seems like such a sweet cat, that she’d be able to get along well with just about any other cat. How does she get along with Renny, your semi-feral renegade? I loved the picture of Mandy and Sealy that you posted on Sealy’s FB page. You should send it to Michael so he could put it up on here.

    • Ruth, I selected these pictures 😉 Sorry if I selected the wrong ones. I often ask whether a Charlie would get on with another cat. He’s a bit macho. It might be nice for him to have a cat companion.

      • The pictures are great, Michael! I don’t think the one I mentioned existed at the time you put this together. She posted it last night on Sealy’s page. Maybe she’ll send it to you.

        Charlie has lived with another cat before. Monty might be too spoiled. He has his stuffed dog that he treats like it’s another cat. But with Doggie Monty is always in charge. What if the other cat wanted to be dominant? I think Monty would not stand for that.

  2. that ugly little face

    First, I don’t see an ugly face 😉 I think she is beautiful, very cute and delicious. She is a calico cat (tortoiseshell and white). She is almost a tortoiseshell. There are lots of posts on the internet about calico cat behavior. A lot of people are interested in this topic. I don’t think the coat of a cat makes a jot of difference to the character of a cat. What do you think?

    Click on this link to see a list of calico cat pages.

  3. She sounds very special Elisa. All cats are but Mandy sounds special in such a wonderful way specifically. She looks like my Molly. Molly also went through a period of looking ugly. Torties often do I Think. Molly still has a funny face but she is beautiful and has soft soft fur and is very gentle and polite. She is only just coming out of her shell. I don’t know what happened to her but she was afraid for months until more recently. Mandy sounds perfect as you say. Well done for rescuing her.

    It’s a tragedy to think of cats like Mandy who don’t get so lucky. What a horrible twist of fate it can be for cats born in some parts of the world. So sad 🙁

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