We’ve looked at the results of our survey. Thanks to all of you who voted! So far it looks like all of you who voted L-O-V-E LOVE your pets. We liked hearing from you cat owners, and we would love to hear from more of you. We would also like hearing from you dog, bird, fish and reptile owners. Well, the poll is still open, so spread the word. We’ll report more about the results in a later blog post. In the meantime you can see the results by clicking “view results” at the end of each question.
WHAT WE’VE BEEN UP TO:
We know that some of you readers have problems telling us apart. So we thought we would help you a bit. Here is a picture of us: as you can see I have a half and half face, and I have a smudge on my nose.
You probobly think we look really weird, but for tortoiseshell cats we look pretty normal. Often tortoiseshell cats (also called torties) have a half and half face or a smudge on their nose or something in between. Check out these pictures of torties:
Almost all torties are female. Like us. Those rare male torties are sterile. Sorry guys.
I didn’t know that Zoe could do that!