“Hi, my name is TJ.”
That’s short for “Tuxedo Junior”. HA! I may be junior now, but just you wait!
Here’s my story:
I don’t remember much from when I was really little. But when I was four weeks old I was found covered in oily goop wandering in the middle of a highway. Cars raced over top of me and I was really scared until a lady stopped her car to rescue me. And that’s when my whole life changed…
I was enrolled in Linda Felix’s Spay Day HRM foster program. She named me “Frankie” because I had nice blue eyes like some guy named Frank Sinatra.
First thing they did was feed me. That was really good. Second and third thing was bathe me. Not so good. I do NOT like bubble baths!
Then I started kindergarten with the BEST foster family ever. I had tons of toys and my very own room.
Me and Theodore became best friends. He was very cuddly and a deep thinker.
My foster mom and dad (Jan and Peter) made sure I got lots of love and attention and they started teaching me how to be gentle. I was already cute and smart.
This is me with my friend Joey. He was a rescue cat too. Joey took me under his wing and showed me the ropes. At first I kept a respectful distance but Joey couldn’t resist my charm.
Joey and his friends invited me to join them in a feast they called “breakfast”. I love breakfast! (I love lunch, dinner and bedtime snack time too!)
After I got bigger and stronger, it was time to leave my foster home for a whole new bunch of adventures in Catopia. Me and Theo can’t wait to see what’s going to happen next! I’m going to miss Joey, Jan and Peter, but I know there will be other little kittens who will need their love and encouragement.
Here’s a selection of cute videos of me at my foster home. They’re like potato chips, once you start, you won’t be able to stop at just one:
Playing with Joey on the cat tree
You can follow all my adventures in Catopia on the
Tuxedo Party Facebook Page
P.S. – Many thanks to Jan and Peter MacArthur for providing the great photos and videos of TJ for today’s blog post.
12 thoughts on “Announcing TJ”
Another wonderful happy ending! I’m sure that when you’re real parents met you that immediately realized your charming personality, and knew what a wonderful addition you would make to Catopia. You truly are a beautiful kitten, we are so happy for you! Tommy, Puddin, Diva and Sammy xoxoxo
You are all my heroes, you know that. Welcome, little TJ, to Catopia. I have a feeling we will be hearing and seeing a lot from you! love and purrs from Loki, Mungus, Snickerdoodle and Tiny Timbit….oh, and me, their secretary! xo
what a beautiful kitten you are..my cat Finnigan would like to teach you how to catch mice and how to wrap your human around your paw….glad you are being looked after the way allkittiesshould be lookedafter…Hugs from Finnigan
A warm welcome to Catopia TJ!!You’ve really landed on all 4 paws.Enjoy your life, sweetheart, with Kathy, Hugh and the gang. Lots of love and purrs.XXX
Welcome to Facebook TJ! You are the sweetest little tuxedo kitten, and you will learn well under the guidance of The Earl! He might seem a little grumpy as he gets used to you but that’s cause he’s learning to love you too. Can’t wait to see more of you and your adventures. – from Monson, Rocky, Sebby, Ozzie & Tori … the “high five” (and their guardians, Jean & Steve)
You, my little friend, are treading in the footsteps of giants! I’m sure you will get great guidance from your new friends in Catopia! I’m no psychic, but I see great things in your future!! Congratulations on your new home!!
He is so beautiful! So wonderful to read! If only all abandoned kitties could get so lucky!
Too sweet! I love happy endings 🙂
Wonderful story and pics. YAY T.J. Luv you.
What a awesome story.
Three cheers for Joey! I watched the videos – what a nice boy to play so gently with the baby. Extra cuddles for him!
What a story! So happy TJ wa as rescued and has a loving forever home. Fosters are awesome! Such big hearts!
TJ looks so much like my little adopted Frankie…:)