The fluffy one is coming home with me and the one that keeps bumping her is going to a friend. The other two are shy and stick together so I'd like for them to stay that way. The one with half an ear is sweet too. All of these cats live under an abandoned house, shared by possum and coons, turkey vultures live in the 2nd floor. I'll take them to my vet and get the checked-out and declawed if you're interested.
I'll start off with Spanky- Norweigon Forest cat. Unfortunately he lives with my parents still and since I'm not on speaking terms, I haven't seem him on almost 5 years :(
We was a rescue from the local shelter and started off the size of a soda can.
(yes, that is the man behind the screen name)
Piper- The curious one. We also call her Bun Bun...as in rabbit....because that's about how smart she is. Lately she has taken to eating olives and other veggies off our plates. Cat...in a cave. by AnonymousNamelss, on Flickr
Lemur- The synical one. As soon as the last piece of food disappears into her mouth she instantly decides it's the end of the world and that more food needs to be in the bowl. Loves to demand food and water from the sink. I love messing with her and she's a great instrument for cat-yodeling.