I just joined the forum and decided to share some photos of all my cats with everyone. Here they are:
This is Jaws. He's 2 years and. He came to me as a foster when he was only around 6 weeks old, but we got way too attached to him and kept him. You can't tell from the photo, but he's HUGE. Not fat, but very tall and lanky. He's a total goofball; always causing havoc around the house.
This is Simba. He is 7 years old He is a Bombay. I volunteer with an animal rescue group, and he was surrendered to the rescue after his owner passed away. He was very aggressive at the rescue, but liked me for some reason, so I took him home. He's a very sweet, happy cat now, and he loves to "talk". Him and Jaws are best buddies.
This is Angel. This photo is kind of old, but it's the only one I have of her. She's 11 years old. I adopted her from a shelter when she was 8 weeks old. She's not very friendly, and doesn't like many people. She usually keeps to herself.
This is Niko, and he is about 9-10 months old. I got him a few months ago after a group of girls came into the store I work at (I'm a dog groomer in a pet store) and said they found him in a box in a dumpster and needed a home for him. I wasn't planning on keeping him, but he was way too sweet for me to let him go. He LOVES dogs, and kind of has the personality of one. He loves to play and cuddle. Such a sweetie.
This Dorothy and she is about 7 years old. I found her about a year ago by a train station and brought her home. I wasn't planning on keeping her, but she ended up having cancer. I knew the chances of someone adopting a 7 year old cat with cancer would be very slim, so I kept her. She is a mush and loves to sit on your lap.
This is Pantera (named after the band). She is 6 years old. My mom was at the grocery store one day and said that someone drove up to the front of the store, put the carrier out on the floor, and drove away. She said she waited a while and nobody came back, so we took her home. She can be very affectionate when she wants to be, but generally is more independent.