Gnat the Cat
Trapped in the woods of Michigan by my sister, Gnat is around 12 years old. He was totally wild when we first got him, but after a couple of incidents where he burst through window screens to get outside, he has now mellowed to become a great cat. We hang his picture at all of our art shows to let him know we are thinking of him. He has a scratch on his right cornea from a previous life.
Assets: Very smart, has manners, cool
Other names: Snat Cat, Gnatticus, Little Dude
Tater, age six. We adopted Tater from Furkids, a great no kill shelter in Atlanta, where cats roam free in rooms and you can go in and bond with a cat. Little did we know when we bonded with Tater that he was a psychopath. He eats anything, including salad with Ranch dressing. He makes weird sounds while running the halls, which he does alot. He also has a ridiculously large tail, which he curls to touch his head.
Assets: Sweet, very soft, nerdy
Other names: Bunny Rabbit