Updated: 5/31/16 Rosalee has found a lovely home with a nice family who is ready to augment her green ball collection!
Today, world, we have Rosalee, a distinctly single little lady that happens to look like a certain lady I know that lives with our friend Glogirly.
Rosalee, masked woman of many hobbies.
You know what I heard about Ms. Rosalee? That she’s soft. Real soft. Like, have you ever petted a sheep who has been rolled in cotton and laid out an air-cushion bed? Rosalee is even softer than that. I mean, I would sleep on her, know what I mean? She also has lotsof hobbies. Let me check my list…. ah yes. She chirps, meows, plays with a mouse, collects green balls, chases snake wands, and has a passion for cardboard scratchers. Oh, also, she’s not really big into other cats, so she’s looking to be your one and only. I think that’s pretty much her only special need. She just wants to be your only special. Is that too much to ask? I don’t think so.
If you want to meet Rosalee, you can contact Feral Fixers in Chicago, IL. Visit her here at her Petfinder page. She would love to meet you!
Rosalee showcasing her green ball collection. It’s currently at a number of 1. Perhaps you can help her grow it?
Perfecting her downward scratch. Ahhh.
UPDATE 3/28/16: This great guy was adopted, along with another special needs kitty. Hurray!!!
Today I have a treat for you! I realize it’s St. Patrick’s Day, but please remember that Pi Day was earlier this week. And so, I bring you a lovely slice of Apple Pie.
Have you ever seen an apple pie with this lovely of a face, or really, with any face at all? Highly unlikely. This particular pie was not made in a cozy bakery. NO! This pie is from the street. He’s a street pie. But don’t let that concern you. It hasn’t diminished his quality at all! He’s just an All-American slice of pie, hold the eyelids. But again, what pie have you ever seen with eyelids? Probably none.
Apple Pie has eyelid agenesis trichiasis, which means he requires artificial tears several times a day to stop his little lashes from rubbing on the surface of his eyes. There are a few different options to treat this, such as removing his eyelashes (will require period visits to the vet) or getting his eyelids repaired. He doesn’t yet have the funds needed for a distinct course of treatment, so he’s going with the eye drops for now. It’s like drizzling a bit of caramel sauce on your pie – it just makes him all the more lovely.
Apple Pie’s appearance here today was a request from our friends at As The World Purrs in conjunction with Great Plains SPCA Merriam. To learn more about Apple Pie, visit his website! He’s still a tiny little guy who loves to play and would love to meet you! Please share his little pie face and help him find his home!
Pie checking out the world. Or pooping. Not sure which.
Pie in a hole.
Apple Pie and his buddy “A La Mode” (I don’t actually know who that is.)
It’s been a slice!
UPDATE: I’ve received word that a kind doctor has agreed to do the eyelid surgery pro bono for Apple Pie! That means all he needs is a home! Step one complete! HURRAY!!!!
I’ve decided to spice up your life a bit today with a discussion of Olives.
Some olives are green or brown, some black. Some are spicy and some mild and a few may have a hint of added flavor. This particular variety of olive is black with a touch of white, paraplegic, and with a definite dose of delicious. She also comes dressed up in a permanently classy tuxedo, sort of like a kitty version of Annie Lennox.
Olive of the Varietal: Feistus Catus
Please officially meet Olive, a feisty little tuxedo kitty who was found at the age of five weeks and raised by fosters before finding her way to Tabby’s Place, where she now slides around the floors like a snazzy little broom, both lighting up rooms and shining surfaces with her fanny as she travels to greet people.
Olive doesn’t have any health problems, save for missing the use of her back legs, and Tabby’s Place feels that her Sweet Dreams of finding a permanent home could be realized with just the right adopter. She does wear a diaper since she can’t seem to, um, contain her urine, but don’t tease her about it because, as the saying goes, You Don’t Mess With A Missionary Cat.
The right home for Olive would be one that would admire her for her spunk, a home that would be able to change her little diapers daily, a home that’s clean and tidy because she doesn’t like Walking On Broken Glass. Is that home yours? Wonderful! Call Tabby’s Place ASAP
. Is it not? That’s ok, you can still Put A Little Love Into Your Heart and sponsor this amazing kitty
while she searches for her loving forever home. Don’t leave her Waiting In Vain because the love that she’s got and is waiting to share? Money Can’t Buy It.
Don’t Touch My Diaper! – Olive.
Olive shining the floors with her lovely behind.
PS. Those were all song lyrics. You weren’t hallucinating.