Y’all are familiar with Tiny Kittens, I hope. (Home of Grandpa Mason!) Well, they have Pele, Elliot and Birch, rescued from the BC wildfires, who still need a home. They are shy kittens who will warm up in time, are very bonded, and looking for a home together. Check out the video below, check out Tiny Kittens on Facebook, watch the kittens live, and if you’re looking for three sweet kittens to add to your family, apply to adopt ’em. Please spread the word!
Speaking of kittens who still need homes. How ON EARTH has this boy not been adopted yet??
That is Hubble, son of Mercury, who somehow just keeps getting better looking every single day. He has NOT been adopted yet – SOMEHOW – so if you or anyone you know is in the market for a GORGEOUS, adorable, sweet, friendly, playful boy, drop an email to Forgotten Felines and get started on the adoption process!
From Andrea in ATL:
My 2 year old bottle kitty has developed some anxiety and has licked himself a nice white racing stripe on his back. My vet suggested a thunder shirt and the feliway spray/plug ins & I’m not even sure my little buggar will wear it. So my question to you is have you ever had to use a thunder shirt for a pet that has anxiety or know anyone who has used one? I don’t relish spending $40+ on a shirt my fur kid won’t use. I’m kind of at a loss. I appreciate any suggestions you or anyone in the L&H community might have for me.
We tried a thunder shirt (thunder shirt link for reference) for Kara several years ago because she’s so high-strung we thought it might help. Unfortunately, as soon as we put it on her, she fell over onto her side and wouldn’t move until we took it off. I’ve never tried it on another cat, though.
Okay, you guys – surely someone out there has used a thunder shirt and has an experience to share. Please chime in!
Someone was looking for the red quilt backing fabric from Joanns. I saw it in the clearance section there so get it while you can!
The other day I glanced into the guest bedroom to see Jake, Dewey and Newt on the bed – Dewey and Newt up near the headboard, and Jake in the middle of the bed on a self-heating cat bed. A couple of hours later, Fred told me I needed to bring my camera upstairs.
Speaking of Jake, I made this video when we were still at Crooked Acres. I believe it was time for their evening sprinkle of treats (which is how we got them to come inside when it got dark, so we could shut them inside). Any time he senses there’s food in the near future, Jake gets VERY happy and walks around head-butting whoever’s within range. Lucky for him, almost everyone puts up with him when he does it.
2016: I guess he’s got me trained.
2015: No entry.
2014: “Hallo, shweetheart.”
2013: “I can’t believe I had to wear a stupid tie to work today. Stupid meetings. Stupid ties. Stupid bosses.”
2012: Someone asked in the comments yesterday if Lucy is still “cockeyed”, and the answer is that yes, she is still slightly cross-eyed.
2011: It was a slipper. No wonder it wouldn’t purr.
2010: No entry.
2009: No entry.
2008: The Annoying of the Poo.
2007: She follows him downstairs and hangs out, giving him the Eyes of Love and all the other cats the Eyes of You-Go-To-Hell.
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.