My first cat, cute kitten name -Jessie


It was September and followed my husband’s day in our first marriage year. I was thinking of making a special gift.

I decided to give her a  kitten. He said it and did it well.

When, my husband left the delegation, I had time to surprise him. I went to the country with a colleague of service to his relatives. There I chose a cat.

I called her Jessie-cute kitten name.


First childhood

She delighted herself with her gentleness, her beauty, her daring. And because we loved it very much, she responded to our love. And she was a common cat, the European breed, but no pedigree. From her I learned how much iubirea pe care o dai a cat, so you will get it in return. It was with her the beginning of cat care for me.

I have accumulated a lot of experience, which I want to share with you as well.

Jessie-cute kitten name – was a full-fledged family member.

At first, she grew up with us. We were living on the 9th floor. But when I left home, Jessie was making a scandal that was down to the first floor. So we decided to take her to my mom while I was at work. We took her in the morning and took her după the afternoon. Like a baby grown up to grandparents, while parents were at work.

Once a colleague told me he was on the bus and saw me talking to a bag. Actually we brought Jessie home and talked to her. She was in a bag. At that time there were no cats transporters in our country.

It was a great cat. I went for a walk in the park with her, without the leash, and she was holding us like a puppy. Once we get home, it falls into a fatigue.

New experiences with Jessie

She chose to do his “duty” in the bathroom sink.

When, nature told her word, I took her to the boy cat. I remember it was Easter day. At that time, I did not know the boy cat was going to the cat. Jessie knocked out a whole yard. Then he disappeared. I searched her all the streets around but I did not find it. After few days he found her in the attic of the house. He announced it. I went and I took it.

The problem was not resolved. So I gave him hormonal pills. These have the effect of suppressing or interrupting the cycle in females. We found out that side effects (mammary cysts that can turn into tumors).

Occur after a period of continuous administration. So I made the decision to sterilize her. It recovered well after surgery. But after surgery my mother did not want to give it to me anymore. The orc was passing by to her every day. That’s how I saw Jessie.

Jessie and my little girl

When Jessie was two years old, my little girl came to the world. Jessie was careful not to walk on her clothes.

Besides, take care of the little girl. We leave it in the sun on the balcony. If she started crying, Jessie was coming to call me.

I remember that my mother-in-law was once on my visit. She washes some diapers of her face in the sink. Jessie approached the shifty and began to cry. My mother-in-law called me immediately. She did not know that Jessie needed the toilet. The toilet was busy. I immediately took the diapers from the sink. Jessie used the sink right away. Since then, my mother-in-law loved Jessie.

When the little girl started to go with the precursor, Jessie was standing in two feet and watching her.


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About a year and a half of the girl, Mother found both of them eating over Jessie’s plate.

It is advisable for children to have a pet. Especially the unique child at parents. This will make him responsible. It will also make him not selfish. It will also strengthen your immune system. And where do you think he will have fun and baby.

My daughter spent her first childhood with Jessie.

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Other experiences with Jessie

Jessie grew more in the house. So she did not know how to get out of a tree. We did climb-down exercises with her with the ironing board. Then I took her to nature. But the fellow scared. He climbs higher up the tree. My husband had to climb into the tree after her. It was on a Sunday. All the neighbors were at home. It was a great show. And a lot of neighbors saw the show.

I once loved her forcefully when she was not in mood. I finally let go of it. But after about two hours, when I was watching TV, he passed me and gave me a paw in my head. To make me understand that I can not love her if she does not have the feeling. Over time, I found out that it is valid for all cats. They are full of personality and do not do what they want. If you respect this, you will have a perfect companion.


At Jessie’s 12 years of age, we moved to 700 km. We sent things with a car, and we left for a train with a sleeping carriage for Jessie. It was 12 hours to walk, afterwards the husband returned after the car. Jessie adapted very well to her new home. It said that the cat is the house and dog of man (to suggest, we have four dogs). But I do not think so. Rather, the cat is the house, but the house is where you are.

At one point we had a dove in the house. He had the broken wing. We took care of him until he did well. But not only us. Jessie cared for him and seems to love him too. It was really nice to watch them.

We moved in September. On November 11, 1997, I got a boy cat, Thomas. The photo below is both.


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At one point, Jessie got sick and we had to operate. She did not wake up from anesthesia. Unfortunately, the doctor who acted did not get it. But there was not much time in the new city. We were not interested enough about veterinarians. In the former city, we had an excellent doctor. I found one here as well. Unfortunately, he went to angels too early. We continue to his clinic. Hi’s wife is a veterinarian; more, my daughter is doing practice at that clinic.

A few conclusions

How much love you give to a cat, so you will receive.

When, nature tells the word, it is advisable to sterilize the cat. Thus, afterwards it protected by cysts in uterus or mammary cysts. Less, you want to have offspring. Or if he is a champion.

Pets, especially the cat, recommended for children. She make them responsible. They will not become selfish. Strengthens the immune system. She’s having fun with the kids.

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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?

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16 Replies to “My first cat, cute kitten name -Jessie”

  1. I’m so glad I landed in your site and read your article.  I have to confess that I’m more a dog person, but through your article, I’ve gained an appreciation for cats that I didn’t have before.  It’s key to know that you will get as much love as you give, and that’s life-changing information, and I realized I’ve been misinformed about cats my entire life.

    Thanks for the article.

  2. Hi Carmen,

    I think that it is awesome to have pets; your first cat experience is so personal. I love dogs and your post reminds me of all the adventures I had as a kid with my dogs. I don’t remember their breeds but I do remember coming home from school, shouting their names in this hallway and they would come running barking with excitement! I hope to see them one day. Thanks for sharing Carmen.

  3. I’m glad I woke you good memories; I love dogs too, but I love more cats smile, they have more personality

    all the best for you Paul

  4. the cat found you and I’m sure she’s very smart about this; I have many stories, in 33 years I had (and still have) many cats, but all in their turn

  5. I remember when my wife and I decided we were going to get a couple of kittens.  There was a litter of 4, and we had trouble choosing between them. Then one of the kittens climbed up my arm and sat on my shoulder.  I knew then I had found my cat, that was 7 years ago and she still loves cuddles.

    thanks for sharing your story.


  6. Hey Carmen, I enjoyed reading your article concerning your husband’s gift of a kitten. I also love the homemade pictures you took and included in your article. It was a nice change when I read your article. I do love cats and I got one sometime ago for the family. She was an older female but was just right for our family, Sprinkles, was here name. She was very loving and gentle and my son, who has Autism, took her for himself. She was attracted to him after a few days of getting acquainted with our home. Sprinkles would sleep with my son and would would go everywhere he would go in our home. I guess a pet can sense my son’s disabities and gentleness. We had her for about 4 years and she suddenly died with not symptoms or warnings. We found out that she had died of kidney disease and this crushed my son. We have not replaced her yet because it was very tramatic for my son.

    But I love your header image on your site and it is coming along great. Keep up the great work!

  7. Hi, thank you for sharing your article in the web. When I was a child I grew up at my parents house in a small town. I was very delighted to have cats there at my home. I loved them as a kid and still do. Best, Markus

  8. I’m sorry for your son that he lost the cat; you did not think of taking another one; there is also cat therapy, you should be interested; few from my cats died suddenly; must be careful, they do not give any signs of illness until the last moment but I have also learned this in time;
    thanks for appreciation

  9. What a nice post you wrote! I really enjoyed reading it and I could not be silent about your post so I decided to leave my comment here and say Thank You! For sharing this quality post with others.
    Actually this is exactly the information that I was looking for about cats and when I landed to your website and read this post, it answered all my questions in details.
    So I’m happy that you decided to write about this topic and share it with people. It’s very useful and can definitely be used as a great source for about cats.
    I will come back to your website again for sure and I’m looking forward to read your new posts.)


  10. Good read. This is what I am afraid of however with babies and walking on clothes, hair and of course because they use a litter box and step on pee and poo. We at least have had the pleasure of growing up with kittens and cats before we had children and now I think like I have mentioned animals will have to wait! 

  11. I am sorry to hear about the loss of your pet cat. Indeed, cats are beautiful creatures. Over the course of my life, I have owned 6 different cats, who have all graced our household.

    Right now I have 3 cats, and it is such a delight and a joy to have them with us. They bring us so much happiness, love, and joy. It is fascinating to watch them play and explore. It is amusing to watch them get into trouble.

    But it’s not without its pitfalls. Domesticated cats do require some maintenance, care and feeding.

    One of my cats has frequent bouts with hairballs. She is constantly vomiting them up after eating.

    I have yet to experience the loss of a pet. (My previous 3 cats were given away, so I never experienced that.) I do dread that day when it comes. 

    But for now, we just need to enjoy and cherish every moment that we have with them!

  12. Hi Trevor

    Thank you for your comment. If you read my post, you noticed that I did not give up the cat when the little girl was born. But everybody does what he thinks.

    best regards


  13. Hello Hyder

    Thanks for the comment, it’s full of sensation. It looks like you’re really cat lovers. You are perfectly right, we must enjoy the presence of cats as long as we have them alive.

    best regards


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