Chow Down


My youngest, Tallulah, lives to eat. This is understandable as she was the only survivor of her wild litter and she only survived (after being brought scraps by father or uncle cat) by getting to the food first and holding her position.

She’s one of the most beautiful cats I’ve ever seen, is built like a quarterback and as heavy as a boulder. I have to feed her in a separate room. Actually I have to close her off in a separate room so that my two older cats can eat their fill. Otherwise, Tallulah head butts them out of their bowls.

Click here to read more about Tallulah.

Enjoy your chow and company today.


4 thoughts on “Chow Down

  1. Heidi K

    What a great cat! The photos in the link are gorgeous and Tallulah is quite the stunner. Makes sense that you feed her separately considering her past.

    We’ve got three female cats: two mellow old Ragdolls and one wild young Japanese Bobtail. The Bobtail is quite an alpha and bullies the older ones. We intervene as much as we can, and we have oodles of kittycat politics under our roof!

    Your Tallulah looks like she’s got a great life – she’s so lucky to have you as her buddy and Mom. 🙂

  2. Susan Barlowe

    This is purrrrrrrfect for the Thanksgiving holiday. This kitty reminds me of my Daddy’s cat that would say yum yum yum while she ate. Of course her name was Yum Yum. Beautiful cat.

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