Do you know my cat, Julie?

Of course, you don’t know my cat, Julie. But after reading this article, you will know she. Let’s start with the beginning. Julie was born in my home on August 20, 2001. She is the daughter of Little Jessie. She is also the sister of Niky and Husky. On October 9, 2002, she had three kittens: Judie, Motty, and Tony. In December 2002 she  sterilized.

Preamble

My cat Julie is the same as any house cat, but also unique in its way.

First of all, I want to present to you a picture of the statistics of cats in the world.

So the cat is a very beloved animal throughout the world and a highly appreciated pet. But only by cat lovers.

Some people do not like it for the simple reason that they do not know it. Or because sShehe is afraid of her. Some possible situations that can trigger fear of cats are: listening to the torso, seeing a cat in real life. The possibility of imagining a cat’s attack, the thought of meeting a cat in the dark. Seeing a cat in pictures or on television, toys in the form of a cat, etc. This called ailurophobia (or elurophobia). But these situations are not in our interest.

Childhood

As I said, Julie

was born on August 20, 2001. There were already several psychics in the house. Her mother, Little Jessie, wanted her kittens a lot.

When Clara, another cat of mine had kittens, Little Jessie cared for her four children and helped her a lot.When she had her children, she became a loving and responsible mother.

Thus, Julie had a lot of maternal love as well as our love. It grew like a book. She didn’t raise any problems. I think the secret is love.

I was still living on the block when he was born.She had a beautiful childhood. Sleep, food, fur care, and play. And it was an extremely clean cat.

She chose a girlfriend, Molly.


Along with this, she made his age, especially in the kitchen.She stayed with this habit in the next houses in which we moved.

I remember that once there was a lot of smoke in the kitchen. I forgot the food in the oven, which burned. Julie, Molly, and Lizzie were in the kitchen. As soon as I felt the smell, I ran to save them from the smoke. Fortunately, nothing serious happened to the three cats.

Her childhood passed without incident. But she was a little scared of some cats in the house, except Molly, Lizzie, and Pusa.It was a playful, gentle and loving cat. And very talkative.

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Moving to the house

In 2003 we moved to the house. The move itself has described in other posts, so I won’t do it again. I just remember what a friend of my daughter said, who helped us move the cats: “I feel like I’m dealing with live meat” lol.

Julie

liked the new location, but kept the habit of living in the kitchen. It came out less in the yard and the garden than my other cats.

Instead, she was very involved in our daily activities. And she was always talking to us all the time. She already had kittens when we moved, but they grew up and no longer maintained the connection as a mother.Thus she spent 7 years in the house we moved to. 7 years when she was happy, she loved us and obviously, we loved her too.

Moving to another house

In 2011 we moved again. In a larger house with a larger yard and garden. But Julie

wasn’t interested. She took his place in the kitchen with Molly. Sometimes it mounted on the fridge, on the central boiler and even on the suspended cabinets in the kitchen. She remained afraid of the other cats.Instead, she was gentle and loving towards us. And to her friend, Molly.

Thus. another 6 years of happy life passed for us.She spent time between sleep, food, fur care and playing with Molly or us. I never saw her bored.

 

 

One day I noticed that one can no longer climb the closet. It was the beginning of the unfortunate end. I moved it alone, to my bedroom. She diagnosed with leukemia. For nothing, I treated her and took care of her. I couldn’t save it.Until the death of her, it played. I had a ritual to play and they liked it.

She left us on December 15, 2016. She died with dignity.Anyway, she lived 15 years and had a beautiful life with my family and her feline friends (quite a few otherwise).

Conclusions

The story of my cat Julie is like any other story about a beloved and loving house cat. Like any other cat, it is unique in its way. She had his personality.This post is a tribute to my cat who lived 15 happy years with us.Even if it doesn’t seem like an interesting story, for me it is the story of one of my cats. She has shared good and bad in my life.If you have or have had a cat, I would like to leave a comment to share my experience. Thanks.

I’m a big cat loving, since the young baby.   My mother was great loving cats, grandmother as well.   My daughter is coming to the end. My daughter loves cats so much that she makes a second faculty: veterinary medicine.   Four generations, what do you think?

You can now learn to communicate directly with your cat.

 

 

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18 Replies to “Do you know my cat, Julie?”

  1. Wawoo really nice niche topic i really like animals you have taken your niche about pets. Actually i have no word how i express about your platform. However i can say that this really nice topic and perfect image have placed my favorite pets you have been selected for your niche i really appreciate you. Thank good luck 

  2. Another cat lover is here 🙂 I have to admit, this was a wonderful story about your cat Julie. I am a waltz of a beautiful cat named Neo. He is very young, only ten months old, and I will look forward to all the years we will explore together. It has been a lot more fun with us since he arrived at our house.

  3. Thanks a lot for such an amazing review about your cat and explanation are given.

    Cats are very playful when they receive attention. I have never read such a beautiful story written by a cat lover, we must love animals no matter what they are because they have a soul.

    Thanks again for this amazing story. If you don’t mind, I will share this article on my social media account. Good luck!

  4. This is a beautiful story about your cat.  I know how tough it can be to lose an animal, because they are part of the family.  I lost my dog back in 2017, and it was so hard to deal with.  This right here, though, what you have done, has immortalized your precious loved cat through the power of memory and story telling.  It is a beautiful and helpful way to be able to move forward and honor this precious cat.

  5. Wow, what a story about Julie. I’m a cat lover since the begining. I’ve neve had a dog below. My parent used to have cat, I think they still do, and I used to play with them a lot. Sad news, some people kill and eat cat where I’m from.

    I love the story of Julie, and am sad to hear shes gone.

    Thanks for sharing her story with us.

  6. Good post and pictures with your lovely cat. There is a small oil factory near my house and people who bring olives with their car leave their cats for someone to pet. There are many cats outside my house and they need to be fed. We don’t give them food to survive. He just didn’t arrange for people to leave their cats outside the house without asking those people if they wanted those cats.

  7. Julie was a good and devoted cat. Reading your article, I realized that it was going everywhere you went. One thing to admire is the fact that he adapted very quickly and found the right place in the house. I can encourage you and tell you that she had a long and beautiful life, and that’s because of you. Your cat has lived 76 human years, if I may say so, according to a calculation formula studied by the researchers.

    Thanks for this article and i hope to read more posts about your cats. Wish you a happy new year. 

  8. Hey, Now I know about your cat Julie but sorry to hear she is no more. Cat is a very beloved animal throughout the world and a highly appreciated pet. While reading I enjoy a lot but while reaching at the end I become nervous. You have done a grate work by sharing the story. We will buy this awesome book. Keep the grate work up.

  9. Thank you very much for this great article

    I really do love cats and i have two at my house. The problem I face is that my youngest daughter fear them a lot. unfortunately, these two cars love her a lot and they always come to her. She cries whenever they approach her but may she will get used to them with time. CATS are so loving and amazing. I truly love Julie’s story. thanks. 

    1. Thank you for your comment. I am sorry to find out that your daughter is afraid of cats. But I am sure that soon she will pass, especially since cats love her.

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