by Dania

This is Mau He is 3yrs old.

I adopted him from a shelter, I was looking for a real frendly cat that would catch my attention, we looked at all the cats and some of them would come to the front of there cages and meow, but he was a real attention getter he would make his voice heard,he wouldn't just meow when someone walked by but he would constantly meow and when you did walk by he would strech his paw out trying to stop you, as if he was saying stop and look at me I know you'll wanna take me home. So I did. I have only had him since January,5 2009 but he has already brought so much joy to my life. I have had other cats but he is an original,he still is very vocal,he will sit in the room where the thing he wants or if he wants that window open he'll stare at it and meow,he thinks hes a dog, he will fetch his toys and bring them to me, drop them at my feet. He also wants to drink out of the toilet not his dish,but I won't let him, so he tried the sink, I would'nt let him do that eighter, so we made a comprimise and I put a dish of water on the bathroom counter, He also loves to look out the windows(I call it cat tv), at night he'll jump on the bed and meow as if hes saying Goodnight. He is a well behaved cat too he sleeps all night, I know he was an outside cat before I adopted him but where I live pets can't go out without a leash,so when I go out or someone comes in he does'nt try to go out,he'll just see me to the door and watcc me leave or he'll just run up to greet the visitors(another dog quirk).

I love him like he is one of my children.

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