Your Cat Stories

You probably saw many, many cat stories on internet, or local newspaper. By reading them, didn`t you feel a tiny desire to tell the world your own story, your own experience with your cat, perhaps an emotionally charged adventure, a funny episode, or an important event with your cat in the main role?

Do You Have a Great Cat Story? Do Tell!

I would love to hear about your greatest experiences, your most interesting information on cats, your top cat tips... anything great about your cat that you'd love to share.

If you are a cat owner and adore cats as much as I do, please share your cat stories with us! It's easy to do, and...  the story will be commented and rated here, and the link to the page will be shared on my facebook page!

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Your Cat Stories

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Kitty Razielle Comes Home 
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Having to leave a beloved pet 
My beautiful cat is a Maine Coon cat. Have had him sixteen years. Got him when I first met my husband. Last year we broke up. My husband stayed in RI. …

Paternal Love turns a Feral Cat into Tamed ild Tom’ 
ild Tom’ is now a lovely home cat, and his name doesn’t in anyway refer to his present nature. Though he got the name because he was initially feral, his …

Old Habits Die Hard 
I have never been a fan of cats, but all that changed when I met Felix. One day as I was trimming the lawn in my backyard, I noticed a strange sound coming …

My Cousin and His Cat Have Spent 10 Years Together 
The other day, my cousin graduated from high school and he brought out his cat, Dawn, to his graduation party which took place at an out of town restaurant. …

My little girl Bella or the power of love 
Easter Monday 2 yrs ago she had a stroke. She was barely crawling on the floor and needed to be fed by eyedropper. The vet Dr.Kathy told me that either …

Lucy’s Predicament 
Lately, I have been attempting to teach Lucy to stop bringing the “prizes” from her hunt into the living room. To be honest, I thought we were past that. …

Love doesn’t ask why 
Cats aren’t known to show their affection openly. In fact, most people consider cats to be snobs. However, this is not the case with my cat, Lucy. Ever …

I Met My True Love, My Cat, When I Was Mourning My First Love 
The saying goes that your darkest moment comes slightly before your brightest one, and I fully agree. I mean, I actually found love when I was crying over …

Brick - the Spayed Adopter of Feral Kittens 
Most cat lovers and owners have ethical objections to the spaying of cats, whether tamed or feral. But when I was acquiring Brick from the local animal …

Brave Tricia Saves Little Nancy from the Harmful and Poisonous Bite of A Rattle Snake 
It was one happy summer afternoon and my wife and kids were basking out in the sun by the swimming pool. The ambiance and mood was mellow and everyone …

My Cat Found an Unlikely Buddy in Little Lamb 
I had seen quite a couple of news stories where different species of animals developed enduring friendships, but I never thought I'd see something like …

Sam has used 2 of his nine lives so far 
This is a long story and is going to sound kind of like "mystical hippy" has written it but we've have a feline friend visit us twice so far and has had …

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One of the cat stories submitted by Jeff Breeden:

The Strange Cat and Mouse Story

The fact that a rat and a cat can coexist in the same house as pets seems a farfetched idea, that is less likely to occur. Actually, this is the dilemma that I faced when my wife wanted to adopt a cat from the local animal sanctuary, yet my son had hitey’ the white rat that we’d gotten for him during his 7th birthday. Cats are natural enemies of rats, and they can’t see eye to eye.

My wife was quick to object when I said that her idea was not feasible. In fact, she told me that she wanted our son to learn something about nature. I was keen to understand where this was going and I asked her to elaborate. She told me stories of how wild animals had adopted the young ones of their prey with compassion and care. She told me that there was no way to teach a child about the nature of love, if the child can’t understand that even sworn enemies in nature can be friends. This quickly sunk in because Tim – our son – had been undergoing bullying at school and he heavily resented his peers who bullied him directly as well as those that laughed at him.

We had booked counseling sessions for him, but they all seemed to have little impact on his feelings towards his peers. Unknown to me, my wife had learned about this from a therapist, who had informed her that this would be a way to give animal therapy a twist, because he already had whitey. Fortunately, I learned from the local veterinary shop that cats can coexist with rats, but this should begin when the cats are young, and probably at their kitten stage. 

As such, we went out with my wife to find a kitten that had just been weaned for our next animal therapy-cum-petting experiment. Luckily, we found one from a neighborhood friend, four blocks away from our home. The local vet shop made the connection and the owner accepted to sell one of his four kittens. We started by keeping the two pets apart, but we allowed them to share some play time in the play-pen installed on our porch. 

Interestingly, the two shared a harmonious and cordial relation that became more and more playful each day. It’s been 3 years now and the cat – Mickey – has become a fully grown cat with kittens that now still play with Tim’s Whitey.

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