This is my cat Tilly. She is just over 2 years old. She is more dog than cat.
These are some of the things she does:
Lies Down
Gives Knuckles
speaks (still working on that one)
and plays dead (on rare occasions.. - she is still a cat now ;)
Most people who meet her are just amazed. I take her out on little outings, such as when CR Bank and Trust had their Drive In Movie night. She was a ham and did well with other patrons.
She is amazing because shes so different. She came from the Cedar Rapids Flood area, and has become our most beloved family member. She is tiny (runt of the litter), but for her lack of size, she makes up in her amazing brain abilities.
She is also the head boss of my art. If she lies on top of my art projects I know they are Tilly approved. She only lays on ones that are up to my standards. (Smart girl!)
I hope you enjoy Tilly's story as much as I am enjoying her in my life.

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Al says ... on Sunday, Jul 24 at 11:53 AM

Tilly rules.. :)

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