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Can Domino Get Down?

Just a fun video. Eventually I had to get on a chair and help him down.

Neo seems to be fitting in...

Just wanted to share a picture Kris took today.
As you can see, Neo seems to be fitting in just fine.

Domino Update

Domino has recovered nicely from his injury although as you can see from the picture, he no longer has the classic long tail. He has stitches at the tip of his tail which will be removed in a week or so. As you can see, he had his tail shaved while at the emergency vet, leaving him with a bit of a "stub"! Fortunately, that is only temporary.

Domino is back to resting on our laps and racing around the house when he feels more frisky. He still wears the kitty megaphone while we aren't home or sleeping and is even managing well with that. What a trooper!

A Little Accident

This morning, while closing the bedroom door, Jim accidentally caught Domino's tail in it, severing the skin and fur, leaving bone exposed. He was bleeding and we quickly wrapped up the tip of his tail. Jim called his brother who has had both cats and dogs and is a pharmacist with some medical training and he advised us to call the emergency vet. Jim is now getting ready to take Domino to the vet where he will likely have the tip of his tail amputated.

Jim was unable to eat his breakfast and feels just terrible about this. More updates as they become available.

A Rare Moment

Zoey and Domino, normally rivals, found a moment of zen on the faux sheep skin under the Fall sun this morning. We must admit the draw was partially staged as under the sea green towel is a microwavable heat disk that is keeping the kitties toasty warm. If only we knew this was all it took to strengthen their friendship!


Domino was adopted from the Humane Society in October, 2003. We felt we had room in our home and hearts for another cat. We wanted our next cat to come from the Humane Society in order to help alleviate the over crowding of cats that they experience there. Domino is a very easy going cat and wants to get along with everyone. He has also proven himself to be very photogenic on the cameras and has been seen there at all different hours. DOB: 2000. Weight: ~16 lbs.

View a collection of images of Domino from the Best of Kitty-Cam collection.

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