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Meet Poki, My Silly Striped Cat

A standoffish goofball with a heart of gold.

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Meet Poki, My Silly Striped Cat
Zoe James

Meet My Cat: Poki Who Lives In North Carolina

I adopted my sweet Poki when she was a mere six weeks old. Her name is Popoki, or Poki for short, because that is the word for "cat" in Hawaiian. She is an indoor only cat whose hobbies include sleeping, messing with her human's plants, getting kitty litter everywhere, and giving her human nose boops.

About Poki:

  • Age: 5
  • Weight: 10 pounds
  • Where they were born: New Bern, NC
  • Favorite food: Any kind of crunchy treat
  • Current location: Boone, NC
  • Nicknames: Poki Dokie, Poka Dot, Poka Pok, Sweet P, Miss P, Stinky
  • Best friend: Her human, Zoe
  • Favorite toy: Hairties

5 Random Facts About Poki:

1. Her middle name is Dorothea

2. She hates car rides

3. She loves to get in bags and boxes, or under blankets

4. Her favorite scratching post is a plant stand that she has knocked over several times

5. She loves to stare out the window

3 Places Poki Loves To Go With Her Human:

1. The Kitchen

2. The Living Room

3. The Bathroom

The Best Pictures Of Poki Ever Taken:






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