About QISH

When I was a kitten, I was rejected by a pet shop. I thought that was bad, because I thought I am not lovable. But as it turned out, it was a blessing in disguise! I've heard of so many bad things and horror stories about pets that stay in a pet shop (fleas, mites, diseases, bad health in general).

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About RUE

I am Rue, and I am your lil cat fairy. No, I don't have superpowers, but I do have super charms. I bring lots of mischief to my hooman momma, but she still thinks sweetly of me. I get naughty a lot of times, but she thinks it's cute! Only because I am charming, and I have the biggest eyes and the pink-est nose in the cat world!

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Something Moved! (Video)

...as I was changing the sheets.

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OMG Moment of Horror

I love going inside things -- boxes, closets, cupboards -- anything that provides dark privacy to my liking. So imagine my excitement when I found the microwave oven slightly open on the countertop. I had to investigate, of course. It smelled of chicken, perhaps the dinner I just had. It was still warm, so it was perfect.

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This Is Embarrassing (Video)

I don't think momma understands that this embarrasses me. And to add insult to the injury, she posted it in YouTube with this fancy schmancy music! My momma is B-A-D!!!

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Sunday, July 31, 2011

Nat Geo's Little Kitties for Big Cats

-- RUE

Do you know my bigger relatives? Those who roar and live in the jungle? Yes? Well, good. Because we need to help them.

National Geographic (uhm, this is where we watch the Dog Whisperer, but that's another story) is enjoining 10,000 cat lovers all over the world to honor the little kitties in their life, raise $50,000 and help save big cats across the planet. In Little Kitties for Big Cats, you hooman can celebrate your special purring furball, and help prevent the extinction of beautiful wild cats at the same time!

According to Nat Geo, big cats are dying at alarming rates:
  • Lions (rawr!) - perhaps as low as 20,000 across Africa (uhm, maybe Apple computers should help, too, with the launch of Mac OS X Lion)
  • Snow Leopards - between 4,500 and 7,500 remain in the wild
  • Tigers (some people say my stripes resemble that of a tiger!) - only an estimated 3,200 remain in the wild
  • Cheetahs (yeah, those swift runners!) - as few as 12,000 remain in the wild

The National Geographic Society's Big Cats initiative is funding special grants to help save big cats, especially Africa's lions. The grants are aimed at stopping the conflict with humans, poaching and habitat loss that are eradicating these magnificent cats.
“Lions in Duba Plains, Okavango Delta, Botswana. Saving lions is the focus of the Big Cats Initiative.” Photo by Beverly Joubert, National Geographic
“Lions in Duba Plains, Okavango Delta, Botswana. Saving lions is the focus of the Big Cats Initiative.” Photo by Beverly Joubert, National Geographic

It's very easy to spread the love to our beloved big cats.

1. Click the the link below, which shall take you to"Little Kitties for Big Cats" page.

2. Provide necessary information and donate at least $5 (about P210).

3. You will receive a confirmation email. This also contains the link to where you can post your beloved kitty's photo.

4. DONE!

5. Check out your kitty's photo...

6. ...and check out the gallery, too, for other kitty cuteness!

You'll feel great, for sure, once you see that your humble $5 will go a long way in helping the big kitties!

Monday, July 25, 2011

The Little Miss Turns 2!

-- Hooman Momma

So the little miss turned two yesterday. 

Two years ago, she charmed her way to my heart. I'm so glad she chose me on that dark street. Qish and I couldn't be happier! 

Happy birthday, dear princess Rue!

Yep, she wore a pretty party dress!
Qish in the carrier.

Rue fell asleep wearing her party dress, like a little kid!
Too cuuuute!
mooooore cuteness!
Taken during her photo shoot at The Picture Company. I had this printed on 11x14 sintra board.

Friday, July 22, 2011

OMG I got drunk...

and...and...I don't know what happened next!

-- Qish

(Hooman Momma: I was so pleasantly surprised waking up to this. I couldn't stop laughing!)

Monday, July 18, 2011


- Hooman Momma

I got the kitties a tray of live wheatgrass (P125/US$2.90) from SM Supermarket. I have been wanting to have some fresh greens in the house for them to munch on, just like outdoor cats. Because I can't grow a garden in my condo apartment, the wheatgrass tray would be a good alternative.

As always, the kitties got busy as soon as I put down the grocery bags. When I opened the grass tray, Qish sniffed right away. But he doesn't know what to make of it! Rue, on the other hand, started munching as soon as she saw it.

Looking out to her small "garden"

She's been munching from time to time since the grass has arrived in the house, getting a dose of fresh greens in between her beauty sleep. What a cutie! And here's her video enjoying her grass:

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