Tree House Photography by MomFOD

You Guys!

MomFOD took all these great photos at Tree House and I forgot to post them! Please enjoy this little montage. Some of these little kitties are still available for adoption. If you like one, call Tree House quick! They tend to move fast over there. (They’re in Chicago, for those who don’t know.) These were from the last photo session we did as part of our Adoption Champion project for Halo/BlogPaws. You can get a copy of our Photo Tips for Rescues PDF that came from the project here: CatInTheFridge_QuickPhotoTips

Love,

Crepes.

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Tree House Panther, photographed using these here tips!

Bachelor/ettes in Review

Dear everyone,

No new bachelors this week. Just a reminder that we have plenty of others that have yet to find their homes. If you see one you like, please share him/her on your social network. If you see one you want to meet, even better! Follow the instructions included to find your lovely friend. I’ve updated this list to the best of my abilities, but I never know when one of these fabulosi are going to get snapped up into a good home! Click on their photos to see their profiles. Bailey’s profile is one of my favorites. I also like Sylvia’s. Actually, they’re all pretty awesome little buddies.

Love,

Crepes.

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Bonus Bachelor!

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Adopt me!

Adopt me!

 

ADOPT ME!

ADOPT ME!

P.S. CatInTheFridge.com got featured as one of the Top 10 Must-Read Blogs according to The Lazy Pitbull! They loved our blog so much, they included it in their favorites for the upcoming 2014 year. How very exciting! The Lazy Pitbull themselves (or herself, I suppose) is doing a lot of work to help pitbulls find homes. Well, not the Lazy one, but Christina Berry, the lady behind The Lazy Pitbull is working. The lazy one is just being lazy, I guess. Anyway, stop in if you don’t know them and say hello! They’re very generous blog friends of ours and I’m sure would love to meet you, too!

Bachelor/ette Update!

You Guys! It’s been about four months now since I started my Bachelor/ette of the Week feature, the raison d’etre of this blog, and I have to say, it’s going well! I was super excited to find out that Edith was adopted thanks to her profile here! What joy that brought me! I wanted to send you a quick update on who has been adopted and, even more importantly, remind you about who still needs to find that loving (Levi) forever home (Levi) that they could really use (Levi.)  Please pass this around so everyone can see these fabulous little angels that need to find the loves of their lives! (click the photos to see their profiles)

Levi,

Crepes.

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LEVI: Oh! He’s like James Bond in that black and white.

 

Tree House Gitana

Gitana: Looking into your soul

Cassie: Love on Three-Legs

Cassie: Love on Three-Legs

Kansas:  Way better than Toto

Kansas: Way better than Toto

Lead Belly: Love, Chicago-style

Lead Belly: Love, Chicago-style

Indigo & Jackson: Looking for their third party

Indigo & Jackson: Looking for their third party

Dottie: Blind to your faults, Open to your love

Dottie: Blind to your faults, Open to your love

Barbossa: Our youngest kraken slayer

Barbossa: Our youngest kraken slayer – only 8 weeks old!

 

Adam: Sweet, Lovable, Incontinent, Cuddly

Adam: Sweet, Lovable, Incontinent, Cuddly

LEO: Looking for a piscese, or capricorn, or whatever. He's not picky.

LEO: Looking for a piscese, or capricorn, or whatever. He’s not picky.

The great news is that D’Artagnan, Dot, Rainier Park, Edith and Teddy have all been adopted, as was Ginger, the dog that introduced us to Pets with Disabilities.   There are a few outstanding Bachelor/ettes that I’m waiting to hear back from (I guess they’re busy out living the single life instead of checking their emails), but they don’t seem to be listed for adoption anymore, so that’s great news! If you’re ever curious about these fabulous pets, check back on our Singles page. I always keep it updated with who’s been snatched up and who’s still available.

Please share and let’s get these little fellows some homes!