Victor - Cat Photo Contest February 2013

by Madison Himler
(Pittsburgh PA, United States)

This is Victor my cat in a dog bed

This is Victor my cat in a dog bed

This is my wonderful cat Victor, and as you can see, he is sleeping on a dog bed. He has a very creative personality, and doesn't always think before jumping head first into an idea. For example, he has gotton himself stuck into a wall, the ceiling, and on a high shelf.

He uses the fish bowl as his own personal water fountain, and shows the dog that he is boss! He has chased her up the steps, eaten her food, and yes, taken over her dog bed.

When Victor is annoyed in any way, he will physically climb the walls! He loves to stick his head into boxes, drawers, or anything that looks impossible for Victor to fit in to. Occasionally, Victor will lock himself in a cupboard, and will scratch at it until somebody finds him. Unfortunately, he likes to do his "cupboard locking" at around 3 in the morning, and wakes me up.

Victor loves going outside, and when I am outside, he will follow me, and we will have our own little adventure. Victor enjoys socializing with our neighbors, and once even sat at there front door until they opened it! As much as a trouble maker he is, Victor is a little pussy cat. At the end of the day, Victor will curl up beside me, and purr as loud as a motor boat. I have had Victor since he was a three month old kitten, and I wouldn't change anything about him.

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