My siblings and me were picked up as babies from a large apartment complex in Sunnyvale. Our mom had given birth to several litters over the years at the complex, and had developed quite a reputation among the residents. The Fat Cat people offered to help get the cats fixed and find the kittens homes, and that is how we came to be Fat Cats, er Kittens.
Did you know that one litter of kittens can have multiple fathers? It's true, and helps explain why all four of us look completely different (and confirms that our mom was a party girl).
I'm the runt of the litter. I'm the smallest and the most delicate. All of my siblings have been adopted except ME! I find that quite astonishing, since I'm the most beautiful, and have the most amazing whiskers you've ever seen. I love to play chase with Daisy, who is my new best friend, since all her siblings were adopted and she's all alone now too. I'm always the first to investigate a new cat toy.
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