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by Carol Tousley
(Reno, NV)

Deck the Halls With Boughs of Moggie

Deck the Halls With Boughs of Moggie

Moggie was born under my son, Justin's bed!! In our old house there was this female who was determined to become our cat. We were having some construction done in our old house so we had people coming in and out and leaving the doors open etc.

Our next door neighbors cat kept coming in our house and she would use our cat's litter box, eat their food and then curl up in a chair and go to sleep!

So I would return her to our neighbors house but she would run in our garage and hide under something in the garage. She really was determined that we adopt her!

Then when we were getting ready to move, there was a really bad storm and we saw our neighbors cat outside in the rain. So I tried to take her home and our neighbors weren't home and we hadn't seen any activity there for a few days.

After picking her up, I noticed that she was pregnant. The poor dear was just a kitten herself! Anyway, I found out that our neighbor had gone to jail for DUI which left their cat pregnant and abandoned. So we took her in.

She had her litter about a month later. One of her kittens was a brown tabby Maine Coon and we named her Moggie. She is the SWEETEST cat I have ever had.

She loves everyone and is so friendly! She loves to be brushed and she very vocally demands to be brushed every morning when I brush my hair.

Moggie is 11 years young and all beauty. She loves to be brushed and vocally demands her daily grooming.

Her favorite activities are sleeping, walks in the snow and greeting visitors by eating their hair.

She is our sweet and loving bundle of joy.

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Jan 18, 2013
Hair-eating Maine Coon
by: Adele

I have a brown classic tabby with white Maine Coon male. I was amazed when I read the story about Moggie eating visitors' hair. My cat's name is Hercules, and he is a super-affectionate cat. He will get on my shoulders and chew on my hair;unfortunately he gets my scalp sometimes! I can't figureout why he does that.

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