Chris’s Tenth Gotcha Day


It is hard to believe that Chris has been with us now for ten years. He is not as much of a “bad” cat now as he was in his youth but he is still a huge PITA sometimes. Now, for example, he is on my lap as I write this and is clawing at my face and chest trying to get me to pay more attention to him.

I decided to keep this post simple today since I have already made a big deal about many of his other gotcha days. This time I thought I would just find an early photo of Chris that I have not already posted on this blog. The photo below was of Chris and Tigger taken on December 3, 2009, less than three weeks after we adopted him.

If you haven’t read it yet, the following two posts talk about Chris’s adoption.

Decisions, decisions

Chris Comes Home

27 thoughts on “Chris’s Tenth Gotcha Day

  1. Catwoods

    Happy Tenth Gotcha Day to Chris, the humans, and the other cats! Many happy returns! My Franklin is a tad bitey too so I understand that aspect of the kitty experience!

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  2. Timmy Tomcat

    Big Cat Congratulations on your tenth Gotcha Day Chris. We are so glad you have a forever home and we bet your Dad would not trade you no matter you PIA status! Keep up the good work buddy

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  3. kittiesblue

    Happy Gotcha Day, Chris! 🎈🎁🎉🥳🎂 we enjoyed seeing those first two post. The expression on your face in he photo of you standing on Rose looking at the camera says that you were looking for mischief. We think you got the purrfect home! Wishing you many more years of celebrating this day. XOCK, Kitties Blue

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