Egyptian Mau, I think they are neat. Not that I can afford one. I also like servals and the Savannah. I also like Siamese, people say they are mean but none of the ones I had were.
Tell us about the cats you love: names, ages, colors, etc.
Pikachu - 12+ years old. Orange tabby. His mother was killed, I had to bottle feed him before his eyes were even open. He is my baby. Every time I lay down, he lays down with me. He always has to be in the bathroom with me and will paw at the door. Pikachu knows his name. He will answer to Pikachu, Pika, Chu, Piky and other forms of the word (Yes like pokemon).
Butterfree - 2-3? years old. White with patches of black/grey with tabby markings. He is a stray we took in. He meows soo much. He doesn't like not being able to be with someone so if I'm in the bathroom he will start meowing. He'll go into a room and start meowing. Not sure what his deal is.
Chancey - 1-2? Kitten that was meowing for hours outside our apartment so we took her in. We now have a younger cat for Butterfree to chase around and a girl cat to boot that I can put pink stuff on.
"This is my beautiful tortie, her name is Ava Marie! at just a few weeks old she was found on the side of a road in a box with her mom and siblings she had worms and was starving. She is now five years beautiful and the love of my life! She has loads…"
"I have had many cats over the years. Siamese talked the most. Now to the cats I have now. Pikachu and I always talked back and forth. He meows, I meow back. He's the only one that truly does that. Chansey she meows at you, sometimes it is…"
Congratulation, I hear a new cat has found her way to your home!
Hope she gets on okay with your two beauties. I found quite a large kitten ones. She was gorgeous and very bossy. Unfortunately she made my tom's life a misery. He was older and much bigger than her. But she ruled the roost, eating all his food and beating him up. In the end he looked so miserable, I had to take the kitten to the shelter. It was a hard thing to do, but Perseus was suffering, and kittens always find new homes.
But if your new guest gets on well with your other two cats, you should keep the calico. Why look a gifthorse in the mouth? Good luck!