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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Tuesday, January 29, 2013



The look on Qish's face is priceless. What's not to love? <3 p="">

Uh-oh. I think someone needs to have his teef cleaned soon!

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Happy Homeless Cats

In September of last year, I started feeding the homeless cats in Magallanes Interchange Park. If you didn't know yet, Rue was once a homeless tiny kitten who wandered around Magallanes, and I felt that I have to give back to the cat community because of the blessings and joy that Rue has brought our family. Feeding and eventually spaying/neutering them was one way for us to give back.

Last month, friends of PAWsome Cats wanted to do a little bit more. We did ask for some support from our friends and on Dec. 28, we bought a sack of cat food, visited Magallanes once again to feed the kitties and give cat food to the cat guardians, and administered Revo to eradicate their skin diseases. This wouldn't be possible without the help of our friends -- Dr. Riza, Dr. Melay, Tita Pineng, Tinette, Lee, Janice, and Ines.

It was definitely a rewarding and heartwarming day, and we were happy that for a day, we were able to make the world a lil better for our feline friends :)

Feeding the homeless cats in Magallanes

Dr. Riza administers Revo to the kitties

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