Eight years ago, my husband and I brought home the teeniest, tiniest black and white tuxedo cat in the whole world. When I say he was teeny, I'm not exaggerating. His teenyness allowed him to fall asleep in the strangest of places....in the drawer of the kitchen hutch, curled up underneath a throw pillow, even on top of the computer monitor!
Most people who see Pip now don't believe for a second that he was the runt of his litter, and that he started out so tiny in this world. Here's photographic proof that we're not lying---at one point he was, in fact, smaller than Dizzy! :0)
Despite his stature, it soon became very apparent that Pip's personality was larger than life! His funny facial expressions, un-cat-like clumsiness, and silly antics proved that he was meant to be a Chamberlain from the very beginning.
And even though he's always managed to keep us laughing, Pip is also very loyal, loving, and has a huge heart. Pip first welcomed Eddie, and then little Scooter, into our family, and is always first in line for a good kitty snuggle.
Pip is a very special kitty, to us and all who love him! Happy Birthday, Pippers!! We'll be celebrating later with "tooter fish" and presents! :0)