Acquired: Other (stray, given cat by friend etc.)
Posted Aug 07, 2015
From the very moment we got Callie, she had an attitude about her. If cat's could talk, Callie would let you know she was better than you. Her coat was a beautiful assortment of colors. And that little bobtail made her even cuter. But sweet was not one of the words I'd use to describe Callie. Now I'm not saying cats are smarter than dogs but Callie somehow knew exactly what you were saying to her and she would decide to do the opposite. I had other cats before her and that tended to be a part of their nature; sneaky and mischievous. It's sad to say we didn't have her for very long. She ran out of the house one night. We called for her but she never came and for the next few days we waited for her to come home but she didn't. I didn't have children at that time but knowing Callie's personality, I'm not thinking she'd be too fond of children. Cats are, in my opinion, very different from dogs.