Acquired: Bred cat myself
Virginia, United States
Posted Aug 01, 2012
Mo, Larry and Curly: Three “Brothers from different Mothers”.
are Tabbies that were all born of different litters and different
mothers, but bonded together as young kittens. Now, they are
inseparable. They spend so much time together that they look alike,
they walk alike, at times they even talk alike (Oh wait! That's
Patty Duke.).....but, you get my point. Just look at their picture,
and you can tell that they are NOT to be messed with, not them, or
are some tenacious Barn Cats. I have never seen them kill a single
mouse, but then again, I have never seen any sign of rodent in their
barns for over 5 years. Not even a feed bag with a mice-chewed hole
has ever been found.
they are the defenders of their domain, this Trio of Tabbies is
always quick to play with the neighbor kids, who are two twin girls
of about five years of age. They purr and
nuzzle the youngsters, and never seem to mind being hugged and
squeezed and loved, as little girls so often like to do. Afterward,
they return back to duty and keep their watchful gaze on the barns,
forever on guard against villainous vermin.