My cat Spangle - Cat Photo Contest Feb 2013

by sarah drake
(newport, iow)

my cutie cat

my cutie cat

My cat spangle is a tortoiseshell tabby cat and we got her from the R.S.P.C.A on the Isle Of Wight she was brought to the RSPCA with a litter of other cats under a shed that's why we got the prized cat.

We have been on the island for 5 years (i think) and 3 years ago we was looking for a cat and we came across a cat called Spangle.

She was very playful and so we adopted her and now she is a 4yr and 11 month cat. Loved by her family. I forgot Spangle was thought to be born in march but i worked out that she was born in February and i said let's put it on the 14th on valentine's day so we are really lucky because our cat was born on Valentine's day.

Feb 19, 2013
by: sarah

thanks so much you can see her normal page on here and thank you again !!!!!
Feb 07, 2013
Smiling Sparkles
by: Christine

Sparkles is certainly a sweet looking girl. Every time I look at her face she seems to be smiling! I love cats soo much I wish my husband would agree to adopting a few more. We currently have 3 special babies at our house that fill my life with joy!

Comment from Kate
Wow you can see the character in this cats face. e looks so happy and contented. Great picture, I don't know how you managed to get such a great shot.

He reminds me of my first cat Ginny, she had a smiley face too. Perhaps ginger cats are all happy cats?

A valentines day kitty, perhaps she should have been called something like Romeo or cupid. But I like spangle too, it certainly suits him and his sparkling personality.

Good luck with the competition.

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