Hello, I am a cat named Jack. I like to sleep and play during the day. I like the girls room the best, and the youngest daughter lets me in her bed and tackle her. The others don't let me tackle them because their trying to teach me not to bite or scratch them. She also feeds me human food without asking. She's gotten into trouble at least twice for it. The oldest sister sometimes will feed me cheese. But the youngest daughter feeds me all kinds of food that she eats. Once she fed me 25% of a tuna container. Throughout the day I run around, sleep, eat, and go to the bathroom The oldest sister is usually home while the others are at school. I like to meow at them to give me food also. Once I was lucky that the youngest kid left the basement door open and I went down there for a little bit till the mother found me. I enjoyed it while it last because I am not allowed down there. <em></em>I like my life with them ever since they took me home from Lake Shore after I got very hurt in the eye falling down a well/ pipe. The End!
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