Monday, March 19, 2007

Lifted this off cuteoverload. I found it interesting, because both kitties are ginger. Based on the posture, the adult must have been the mum. But ginger femals are normally sterile, so can a tom be so loving towards his own kid?
Pearls of wisdom from dad:
Me: " Dad these two books on dog training, for you to train Dino."
Dino is dad's new pup, two months old, and a mischief on 4 paws. He destroys everything in sight.
Dad: " Dino can't be trained, because he is not 名狗!! "
And another one:
Dad: " I don't think Spencer likes Mera at all!"
Me: " No ah, cannot be. He is her boyfriend! "
Dad: " When Mera came into the house, Spencer went into the store room!"


At 9:32 am, Blogger kuro.shiro.neko said...

i think mera must be spencer's husband!

At 1:25 pm, Blogger Chee said...

Hi cat_aunty, to your question of whether a ginger tom can be so loving towards kittens, the short answer is yes. Speaking from experience, my ginger tom, Romeo, simply adores the 2 kittens that we adopted more than a year ago. He would groom and clean them and still does even though they're now almost as big as he is. The youngest one, Snowy, still sleeps with him occasionally. Peachy, our first one which is a female, will adopt a "bo chap" attitude as long as the 2 kids leave her alone. I guess like human beings, each cat are born with their own unique personality and trait.

At 4:29 pm, Blogger Gail said...


Pls let your Dad knows that un-branded dog can also be trained ;-) With training, they will be even a greater joy to the family.

I have a mutt too and we attending doggis training class. We have a lot of fun together.

Training done personally or through classes good for bonding between the pet and human.

At 2:10 pm, Blogger auntie p said...

Female gingers can definitely give birth. I have seen a female ginger community cat on my way to work that was pregnant, and then one day her tummy was gone, so must have given birth.


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