I use this picture as one of my welcome pictures for the new members, and I wonder if people think it's odd I ended up with three bi-colored cats? People think bi-colored cats are pretty popular because I've ended up 3 for 3, but I haven't seen that many bi-colored cats at all! I do have a soft spot for them now though!
Enzo was a feral kitty on my granny's farm, and I picked him up because he was so pretty and we really wanted our first cat.
Leya was the next. We went to the pound and there were two kitties. Her and a little tiny baby tabby kitten. Leya was six months old and only had a week more to be adopted before being put to sleep. The volunteer helping us said the little kitten wouldn't have any trouble finding a home it was kitten #5 she was more worried about.
Then Stuart.....long story short. Someone pretty much threw him out their car window (we're guessing that's what happened because we've seen it happen before, and Stuart had a knot in his back from being fractured). I took him home because he was just so dang cute. I was going to get him cleaned up, get the burs out of his fur, and get him healthy because he was only 6-7 weeks old. Then I bring him home and the SO just feel head over heels. When I told him I was going to find a home for him he said, "he already has a home!"
So that's how we ended up with three bi-colored cats!!!