Share this video to your friends who didn't believe to give them a big fat "Told ya so" hehe ;) ;)
Lol....It was being recorded by my son's iPhone and mine is the one shown in the video showing the date & time. That would be some pretty good editing skills though. ;)
Oops, hit button too fast. The TV would be my 4 & 8 yr olds in the other room that just don't know how to watch at a normal volume....lol!
This is Venus's little squeaky kitte
Thank you, yes I am. She brings me lots of joy! I don't think she ever has a bad day....lol!
"HE" meaning my father-in-law who is the person who took the video of "HER" roaming around. She's a girl. Hope that helps ;)
I don't see a reference to "the most famous feline on the planet". Surely we've never claimed that. If you did see it somewhere it may have been before Tard started her page. Venus's page/videos started in 8/2012. Doesn't matter anyway, it's not a competition, just having fun sharing her with those that are intrigued by her & enjoy seeing her. I don't compare numbers #1 & #2 they are 2 completely difference types of unique so this is not a contest by any means. I happen to like Tard as well. :)
Yes, that is Ginger, Venus's "sister". They are not related. She also has a "brother" named Mojo that is in one of her other videos. You can also see pics of the 3 of them together on her Facebook Page.Venus's Page - Amazing Chimera Cat - None of them are related. They were 3 separate rescues.
No babies for her. We took care of that shortly after we first got her.....for her own safety being so small an because of the animal overpopulation problems we already have. I'm involved in animal rescue so I could never allow myself to do something (breeding) totally against what I work with. The shelter situations are heart breaking. Plus, I had a want list about 100 people long when my friends & co-workers saw her as a kitten.....kinds hard to fill that order.....lol ;)
Very interesting video....I really enjoyed it and it was informative. I would not mind getting Venus DNA tested as long as it wasn't invasive but have made several calls to major medical & veterinary universities and can't seem to find anyone with the technology/equipment/knowledge to do is and explain what did in fact cause her unique looks. If u know a place, pls inbox me :-)