Now, keep in mind these aren’t my favorite cats or dogs. I love them all equally. Except that one, but I won’t mention any names. Again, I don’t want to toot my own horn or scale my own fish as the French say, so here’s MomFOD to present the most interesting bachelors of 2013! Take it, MomFOD!
Alana: Thank you, Crepes. By the way, I don’t think the French say that.
Crepes: How do you know? Do you speak French?
Alana: A few words but –
Crepes: But not ALL the words, correct?
Alana: No, not all the words.
Crepes: So then, you wouldn’t, in fact, know if SOME of those words were the words I mentioned earlier, would you?
Alana: That’s true, Crepes.
Crepes: I rest my case!
Alana: Moving on, we have chosen some of the most entertaining bachelor/ette posts from this year. Some of them are still available for adoption and some have been chosen into a good home! Please enjoy our-
Alana: Drum roll?
Alana: Of course. Please enjoy our recap of the Most Interesting Bachelor/ettes of 2013!
No. 5 : Sylvia of Tabby’s Place – Special Need: HCM – Sylvia is a real trooper. She has a lovely little face and many wonderful qualities. She also has a great caption writer.
No. 4: Cannelloni of Tree House – Special Need: Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy – ADOPTED! This little guy was adopted, but his profile was so tasty, we couldn’t resist adding it to our list.
No. 3: Adam of Tabby’s Place – Special Need: Read all about it! – Adam is a lovely little guy and would have already found his home if not for his tiny little, barely noticeable, hardly problematic issue.
No. 2: Bailey of Cat Guardians – Special Need: Emotional Issues, FIV, and an Insatiable Desire to Make You Coffee – Bailey is a cat of many talents.
No. 1: D’Artagnan of Tabby’s Place – Special Need: Paraplegic – ADOPTED! We couldn’t leave this guy off the list. He was our very first bachelor and is a wonderful success story that gives us hope for all our little singles!