Remembering the past with Socks

Squall-N-Baby
This is Squall-n-Baby. Daddy found him in the parking lot after Scouts let out, Daddy was the Denmaster. He grew into a very handsome mancat. When Daddy first brought him home I avoided him because he stank (he had poop all over him and didn't know how to bath himself) and he cried all the time (that is how he got his name). Whiskers helped Mommy take care of him, and after a trip to the vet and lots of baths (in the tub) he stopped stinking and he didn't cry as much so I became buddies with him too.  For awhile it was just us three guys Whiskers (the eldest), Me "Socks" (the middle boy) and Squall -n-Baby (the baby of the family).

 ~Socks, remembering the past for ATCAD

11 comments:

  1. What a cutie......my Mom and Dad had to listen to me screaming and squalling all the way home from the shelter when they adopted me - I know they thought they'd made a BIG mistake! HAHAHA Some of us like to yell a lot but then once we feel safe we quiet down a bit....which is a good thing :)

    Hugs, Sammy

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  2. You are always a handsome one Socks!

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  3. He turned into a handsome panfur! Thanks for a peek into the past Socks :)

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  4. What a cutie! Yeah, when we kitties are super young, we need help with bathin' and whatnot. Usually we get that from our mamas but in this case, I guess peeps were needed, for sure.

    Purrs,
    Nissy

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  5. What a wonderful memory of a good lookin' kitty Sock!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  6. What a cut story - love the SQUALL name!

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  7. Squall-N-Baby was a very handsome house panther.

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  8. Kitten number two (Simba) and number 6 (Minko) had to endure those watery tortures, too...and lots of squalling to go along with it! MOL!
    Thanks fur sharing your memories of Squall-N-Baby!

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