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August 30, 2021 |0 min read

September Cool Cat of the Month: Meet Honey Bee!

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We talked to PrettyLitter subscriber Jessica S. about Honey Bee and here’s what they had to say:

I found Honey Bee in my cat’s automatic feeder! I went outside and noticed that Max, one of the outside cats, was meowing strangely. I asked Max why he was acting like that, then he walked toward my back door and hissed. It was then that I heard a tiny meow! I immediately grabbed her and took her inside.


She was so small, about 5 weeks old. I realized very quickly she’s actually quite feral. So I put her in my room where she hid for a good two weeks before she started warming up to me! Now she will not leave me alone, but don’t let anyone visit me. She found a secret hiding spot and will run as soon as she hears someone’s voice or footsteps that aren’t mine. 

One Fun Fact About Honey Bee:

She’s annoying and sits in between me and my cell phone when I’m laying down.

Honey Bee’s Favorite Pastimes

Knocking over stuff and eating plants.

Honey Bee’s Most Mischievous Behaviors

Killed my jewelry box because I went on a weekend vacation.

If your cat could have one thing unlimited for the rest of time, what would it be?

Any of my food.

Thank you for sharing your story, Jessica and Honey Bee!

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Sharilyn Vera

Sharilyn is a proud cat owner, long time storyteller and researcher. Her work spans beloved podcasts, television shows, media outlets, and independent documentaries. She likes to strike a balance between education and comedy, which you can hopefully tell when you read her articles!