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Lazy Day Caturday With 8 More Rez Cats

Those furry felines from around Indian country are back in this week’s rez cat submissions.

Those furry felines from around Indian country are back in this week’s rez cat submissions. These rez hair-ballers come to us from the East Coast and the West Coast, as well as some southern representation. We also have a Canadian entry rounding out this week’s Rez #Caturday.

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If you’d like to submit your pictures and fun facts about your Rez Kitty just send us an e-mail at RezPets@Gmail.com along with a picture, the Rez Cat’s name and age, owner’s name, the rez you’re from (or near) and city and state – we’ll be glad to post your Rez Kitty pics!

Whiskey, the bipolar kitty

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The vandalized teepee poles held a memorial to missing and murdered aboriginal women from February 10 to March 6.

Christina Jaquez from the Tule River Reservation in California sent us this awesome rez kitty/owner selfie. Christina tells us this about Whiskey. “She's a one year old, half-wild tabby that we picked up at the smoke shack. Petting her is like Russian roulette. She will allow you to get close and cuddle her for an unknown amount of time, before she bites the hell out of you. You can see the crazy in her eyes.”

Christina gave us some other funny tidbits – “She actually ran away once...but the joke was on her. That same weekend, there was a bear hanging around the house. She begged to come back in by throwing herself against the back door.

One time, she was sitting all cool in the windowsill, enjoying the breeze... Until her weight caused the screen to give way and she flopped out.”

Buddy

Danita Moffett from the Gila River Indian Community in Casa Blanca, Arizona sent us this great photo of 1 ½ year old rez cat Buddy. Hey Buddy, sitting at the window screen like that, looking out at the rez? Makes us want to take a long relaxing cat nap.

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The vandalized teepee poles held a memorial to missing and murdered aboriginal women from February 10 to March 6.

Wonton

Brandy Unruh from the Flathead Reservation in Ronan, Montana sent us this picture of her rez cat Wonton. Wonton is 1 ½ years old, loves to hunt and according to Brandy, “brought us five shrews in one day! He also has a brother Eggroll.” From the looks of it Brandy, Wonton also likes to curl up in some Indian blankets next to the remote control after a big hunt!

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The vandalized teepee poles held a memorial to missing and murdered aboriginal women from February 10 to March 6.

Ariel

Stacey Sparks-Lazurek in Beaufort, South Carolina sent us this amazing pic of Ariel. Stacy says of her almost 15 year old rez kitty, “She was born in a barn, and we adopted her as a young kitty. After years of leaving us gifts of dead mice on our front porch, she is now inside all the time. We like to say that she's retired, now that we live on the coast. Notice Ariel's "split" face. That makes her the perfect cat for someone like me ... both Native and white ... who lives in two worlds!”

Hey Ariel – since you are like Two-face, look out for Batman! (Comic Book Nerds will get this joke)

RELATED: 8 Purrdy Felines for Rez Caturday

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The vandalized teepee poles held a memorial to missing and murdered aboriginal women from February 10 to March 6.

Carlton Theodore Van Der Woodson – AKA – Kibby

This awesome pic of Kibby comes to us from Theodora and Ryanne Tanner in Red Valley, Arizona. According to his owners, “He is super crazy, he should be about one years old… he loves to run all over the apartment and play catch with a piece of paper.” Gotta say Kibby – Lovin the photo!

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The vandalized teepee poles held a memorial to missing and murdered aboriginal women from February 10 to March 6.

Gizmo

Rozzy, who is Northern Arapaho and is currently living in Iowa near the Winnebago and Omaha Indian Reservation sent us this cool pic of her 14 pound gentle giant Gizmo. “My Gizmo is a big baby and chooses his avocado box instead of his fancy cat bed.” We hear you Gizmo – who needs fancy when you are cool?

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The vandalized teepee poles held a memorial to missing and murdered aboriginal women from February 10 to March 6.

Shadow

This rez kitty is 2 years old, “is like a puppy following me, even going for walks,” says owner Bee Jackson from the Garden River Ontario Territory in Tilston, Ontario. “I spotted her one day sharpening her teeth on dry twigs. But she really is a gentle, friendly friend that I love dearly.” Says Bee. Chew Shadow Chew!!

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The vandalized teepee poles held a memorial to missing and murdered aboriginal women from February 10 to March 6.

Comet

Aletha Farmer from the Tucker Reservation from the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians sent us this picture of her 12-year-old rez cat Comet. Aletha says ‘We now live in Elton, Louisiana & his favorite past time is finding paper bags, boxes, or small confined spaces for his big 15 lb. with a nine inch neck to hide or his theory ‘I fit, I sit’.”

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The vandalized teepee poles held a memorial to missing and murdered aboriginal women from February 10 to March 6.