Nicky’s life with cats takes place in rural North Texas where she lives with three cats, two rats, one dog, two boys and a very patient husband.
When Nicky is not driving her children from one activity to another, she enjoys photography, playing piano and guitar (beginner) and creating videos for the family and for competition. Nicky holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Theater Performance which as it turns out only means she is an experienced waitress (a skill set that comes in handy when one has animals and children).
0 thoughts on “36 Year-Old-Baby”
I love my 19 year old cat without question and beyond measure; that said, an elderly cat showing signs of dementia is not an easy thing to deal with……
Having just lost an 18 year old cat, I hope my other 3 live to be 38! Cheese puffs, huh?
that is just incredible…i had no idea a cat could live that long…i thought 20 was doing good!
With having Mustard (the 23yr old), I always find it rather strange when people say they are making a five to ten year commitment by getting a cat. Besides Mustard, we had several others live to be in the 16 to 18 yrs old.
My parents and I adopted a couple of littermates, Mopsy and Sweetums, as kittens and they lived to be 20 and 21 years of age. I still miss them… they were absolutely beautiful cats. Great story, thank you for sharing!
aww too bad