Hi! My name is Rochana but I am called Ro-Ro and that’s what I answer to. Born behind a Thai food joint, I struggled some. Lots of feral cats and I was tiny and weak. They mostly put out rice for us with bits of spicy meat. To this day, the aroma of well seasoned food makes me come running to see what it is.
At 8 weeks, I had twinkly, button-like eyes, and my tiny face was spotted with road tar. Once scrubbed, I emerged as a beautiful, black, bashful kitten. Today, I’m amazing looking. (It’s o.k. to be a little vain, right?) I am still petite which makes me appear younger than I am. Some comment that I could pass for 9 months old. I get by on my looks.
My favorite hangout is highest point in the house, the arched eyebrow window in the loft, where I watch the world go by. I sit up there for hours contemplating questions like “Why don’t I have thumbs?” and “Why would I bring someone bad luck?”
I admit playing hard to get. My caretaker tries to grab me all the time. She calls it Hug Therapy. Sometimes it’s o.k. The next day, not so much. But I can’t resist a lower back scratch.
Cappy is my playmate. He has lightning-fast ninja moves and jumps onto me meowing, “Aaahhhiii-yaaay!” He’s very young so I guess I am a cougar. And he thinks I smell nice.
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