A few years ago if someone had told me I would be a cat person I would have told them they were crazy. They are a real joy to have around and each has their own unique personality. Below is a short description of each of the cats we have had with a thumbnail photo of them. Each has their own story that you can read by clicking on their thumbnail photo.
Hone is a grey striped tabby that adopted us. His name is the Hawaiian word meaning sweet and soft. He will come when called and is a very friendly cat. He has developed a large number of friends throughout the neighborhood. We recently moved and he has not been happy about being an indoor cat. It is a bit of challenge but we take him for walks and he seems to be adjusting, though very slowly.
Hina is a grey striped tabby that had been found abandoned as a kitten. Her name is short for Hinahina and is the Hawaiian word meaning grey. She is pure cat through and through. She does not come when called and has a mind of her own. She is the demanding queen of our little pride here. She is my little girl and it has been a joy watching her grow up. This girl is just incredible. She has no major issues other than being about two pounds over weight and we are working on that.
Hoku was a little calico that had been abandoned at a military base. Her name is the Hawaiian word for star. She was initially very shy but came to be a very loving cat. She was only with us for a short time but in that time she brought us much joy.