Tuesday, September 11, 2007


This is my aunt and uncle's cat Jessie. She found her way to their home about 3 years ago, right after their beloved dogs (a boxer and a pug) passed to the Bridge. My aunt thinks Jessie is the boys way of telling them they were ok. Jessie is about 6-7 years old and only weighs about 7 pounds. She is very skittish around new people, although she did let me pet her when we visited in May. She only has about 1/2 of her tail-when my aunt found her, it was broken and looked like something had been wrapped very tightly around it. She loves to explore the Florida backyard by day but is in the house every night around 7-8. She also loves to stalk the lizards that dare invade her yard! ~Jennifer


cyclone cats! said...

That's our cousin Jessie! Thanks Kat for posting her!

Cyclone Cats
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Emma's Kat said...

You're so welcome Cyclone Cats! Jessie is such a unusual and beautifully marked calico girl!

Samantha & Tigger said...

Jessie is very pretty and we are glad she found a wonderful forever home!
Your FL furiends,

becky said...

Hi Jessie! You are very purrty! Love your calico markings! Sounds like a good time patroling the yard in sunny FL hanging with your lizard friends! haha!

ML (Mary Lynn) said...

Jessie, you are a beautiful girl. Love the basket photo. And look how high up you are on that shelf. It's a wonder those cute little lighthouses are still up there, hee hee.
Very nice to meet you and concatulations on being Kat's Cat of the Day.
ML (Mary Lynn)

Oscar the Puppy Cat said...

Jessie is so beautiful! She was just waiting for her time to find your Aunt and Uncle! I bet her tail gives her loads of character!

Jess said...

Hi Jessie! awesome name for a beautiful cat! i too love your markings and both your pix. looks like you enjoy exploring...LOL!

Jess said...

oh and i totally agree that Jessie came into their lives at just the right time to bring her message to them :) what a sweetie!

caspersmom said...

Hi Jessie so glad you found yourself a good forever home. Another lizard hunter, great. We cats have to keep the lizard population under control or make sure they leave our space. Like that picture of you way up there so high. Bet you can really see all over from there.