My name is Boat.
Yes, Boat is an unusual
name for a cat. But 14 years ago, when my
"kid" J.D. was only 2 and had a limited vocabulary, I am lucky my name
is not Potty. I have been accused of being a crabby
tabby. Well, it's true. I am crabby, but I always say, if you do anything,
do it well.
Yes, I am rather plump. Do
not bother to e-mail my mom and tell her you think I am too fat. She already
knows this and has me on this ridiculous diet and a regimented exercise program.
I cannot convince anyone that I am genetically engineered to carry this much
weight and still be my beautiful self. I was rescued as a young kitten from
a litter of wild kittens. It would seem obvious to me that humans should
understand that I come from a long line of survivors. My ancestors were able
to survive on a very limited amount of food. The fact that I eat a normal
amount of food and store it up for another long spell is not my fault. It
should be noted that each of my rescued brothers and sisters are as "fluffy"
as I am.
I am a proud (& crabby) member of:
I have a best friend.(She wins the honor of being my best friend
by default as I never had anyone say they were my friend before) Her name
is Lucille (known as Kitty by her family) and she is waaaay cool! She is
entered in a very neat contest (not like Leo's) so you need to go to her
page so you can vote for her. There are also some great cat tips on her
page(that is tips for the cats, not the
humans). My mom says there is some great
information for humans too, but I don't care about that.
This is an award that was given
to me (and not to Leo) by Dominoe Kittee and his mom Lynn. I do not have
to share it with Leo and I am not going to. Which is why it is here on
my page and not with the other awards. Mine!
Mine! Mine! Do not touch MY award Leo!
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