Obi Wan Kittenobi – Chief Executive Kitten
Brought onto the team in April of 2010 and promoted to CEK in August of 2018, Obi is every color except grey. He was adopted from the Cheyenne Animal Shelter when it became clear that Oliver needed a brother. Obi has never wanted to be in charge and his leadership style is very relaxed. Okay, it’s nonexistent. His duties include supervising the care of the children, including performance of CAT scans when they cry. He also manages Obi’s Cafe for birds and squirrels outside the living room window.
Jack – Kitten Specialist
Joining the team in September of 2018, Jack is a grey medium-haired tabby. He was adopted from the Larimer County Humane Society. He is self motivated which works well with Obi’s laid back leadership style. His duties include meeting the people at the door, standing underfoot at all times, demanding pets from any person who stops moving, and supervising showers.
Formerly known as Squeak, Buddy is an active toddler. He loves construction trucks, his sister, and videos about construction trucks. He loves his cats but isn’t sure what to do with Jack’s enthusiasm. Mostly he likes Jack because he is the color of concrete.
Okay is a quickly growing baby girl. She adores her cats and they love her in a Snow White, singing to the forest animals kind of way. It is a full time job keeping them out of her room during nap time.
A cat magnet, The Boy has proven to be an excellent team member. His quiet ways are a perfect fit to the more thunderous ways of others within the group. The Boy’s primary responsibilities are belly rubs, brushing Obi, and cooking…because nothing good can come from leaving The Girl unsupervised in the kitchen.
Me. I work in the marketing and communications industry. People say I love my cats more than they’ve ever seen anyone love their cats before. Maybe this is true. But they are fascinating creatures and I find real insight into humans in their behavior. Besides, there is nothing that says “home” more than the smell of kitten fur and the rumble of a good purr. My primary duties are feeding the cats feeding the cats feeding the cats, litter box duty, and providing a lap when snuggles are needed. And now I help the cats keep up with two active little peoples.
In loving memory: Oliver – Chief Executive Kitten
Promoted to CEK in February of 2010 and holding that position until August of 2018, Oliver was a grey long hair. He was rescued from the feral cat population in north Cheyenne. His primary duties included waking up The Girl for breakfast, giving furniture even coats of hair, and making sure all couch time was top quality. He was also in charge of tending to the people when they were sick. Oliver, to put it lightly, was a mama’s boy.
In loving memory: Zensai
Zen was my bearded dragon. He was almost 12 years old when he died in October of 2012. I got him when I first moved to Cheyenne because I’ve always wanted a lizard. I thought I’d get a small lizard who would maybe live a year or two – you know, to get it out of my system. The lizard I wanted was sold, so I bought Zen. Then I found out that my lizard, the size of a quarter at the time, would grow to be two feet long and would live for up to 15 years. Oops. His name is Japanese for appetizer. He was named by my cat, Poco.
In loving memory: Poco
Poco was born the day after my 12th birthday. Over the years she was my best friend – often my only friend – and she went on all my adventures with me. She was there when I was a teenager, went with me when I went to university, sat up with me for late night job searches, and moved with me to Cheyenne. As a tortie she was never short of attitude. She died on February 15, 2010, just a couple months short of her 21st birthday.