On this page, I will showcase some of the fabulous felines in my life, past and present. I love cats!


Name: Zoey
Nicknames: Zozo, Zo-zums, Chunky Monkey, Monkey Girl...
Dates: Adopted 2/13/18
Color/pattern: Gray striped
Weight: ~15 lbs.

Zoey is my little companion! We adopted her in January of 2018, and she had a lot of anxiety at first, but she's really warmed up to us. I'm so glad! She's very playful and sometimes cuddly. She's very beautiful, but also very weird!? I love her so much though! She's such a beauty, I should really take more pictures of her! She wears a red Liverpool FC collar.


Name: Dr. Fauci
Nicknames: Fauch, Munchkin, Chicken Nugget, Gingie...
Dates: Adopted 4/20/20
Color/pattern: Ginger striped
Weight: 12 lbs.

Fauci is not actually my cat, but my mom's! He's her "pandemic pet," and yes, he's named after that Dr. Fauci... He's actually missing a leg, but he does just fine getting around without it! He's a beautiful ginger color with freckles on his lips that you can see when he yawns - so cute! He wears a teal plaid bowtie.

The babies below have all crossed the rainbow bridge (passed away)...


Name: Edwin
Nicknames: Eddie Spaghetti, Fat Eddie, Big Eyes...
Dates: Adopted 8/12/11, passed away 4/30/19
Color/pattern: Brown striped
Weight: 19 lbs.

Eddie was such a special cat! He was the sweetest, most docile kitty ever! His ear was folded over after he had surgery on a hematoma, giving him that distinctive look. And his eyes were so big and green! He was our best friend, and a true prince! I'll never forget him! I love you, Eddie Spaghetti!


Name: Luna
Nicknames: Lulu, Lil' Bit, Tiny Paw, Diva...
Dates: Adopted Summer 1995, passed away 1/25/11
Color/pattern: Tuxedo (black & white)
Weight: 8 lbs.

My family adopted Luna in the Summer of 1995. We said goodbye in 2010. She was very old - well over 20(!) years. I named her after Usagi's cat in Sailor Moon, with which I was obsessed. I'll never forget the time she crawled over my shoulder and took a bite out of my turkey sandwich, leaving a perfect little bite-mark in it! I love you, Luna!


My very first cat was Kitsy, but I don't have any photos of her on my computer because that's how long ago this was... We must've adopted her in 1989 or so. I remember a lady from my neighborhood coming to our door and asking if we'd like to adopt a cat named Kissy. At the time, I thought that was a stupid name, so I proposed we call her "Kitsy" instead. She passed away in the Summer of 1995, before we adopted Luna. I don't remember many specifics about her, but she was a sweet girl. I love you, Kitsy!