Confession Friday: I Was Adopted Out of Wedlock

It’s true. I realized it yesterday. On Wednesday, I posted about the project I’m doing for Halo’s Adoption Champion project. By the way, thank you to all who said they would help spread the photos!

Another wedding photo by Victoria Sprung.

Another wedding photo by Victoria Sprung. Taken AFTER my adoption date.

In any case, I posted photos of my FODs’ wedding, and then I realized that their wedding date is 11 months after my gotcha date. I, dear friends, was adopted out of wedlock. Here’s a timeline I drew while pondering the topic:

My detailed timeline of the events.

My detailed timeline of the events.

Excuse my To Do list. I had to organize for the day, as well. I also like to doodle.  As you can see from the timeline, the wedding happened AFTER the adoption.

What do you think? Does this make me illegitimate? I – I just don’ t know what to think. I feel like I don’t know who I am. Where did I come from? What is my last name?

My momFOD. Photo by Victoria Sprung. Taken 11 months too late.

My momFOD. Photo by Victoria Sprung. Taken 11 months too late.

I must go think some more.

Love,

Crepes.

PS. For the GUESS THE HAIKU topic for Tuesday, the answer I was looking for was “Couch.” I was also accepting “Mattress” since it was hard to tell the difference between the two. That means the Tabbies O’Trout Towne have won a Crepes Trading Card!

Tabbies, email me and let me know where you’d like me to ship your prize.

C.

 

 

 

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.

levi

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!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tabby’s Place Dot’s Been Adopted!

You Guys! Super exciting news, so exciting that I pre-empted my regular Confession Friday column for it.

Ready?

:::cue "Chariots of Fire"::: Duh DAH DAH DAH dah dahhhhhh.....

:::cue “Chariots of Fire”:::
Dot DAH DAH DAH dahh dahhhhhht…..

Dot’s been adopted! Who is Dot, you ask? If you click on this little linkey here, you’ll see the profile I did of Dot a few months ago. A very prominent little face at Tabby’s Place in New Jersey, Dot has spina bifida and other issues that doctors said were life-threatening. Dot, with her courage and great attitude, went on to find herself a forever home! And you know what? I personally think it’s because I sent her my blankey. Just 7 weeks ago, Dot was the recipient of my obviously magic blankey and now she has a forever home! Oh, happiness.

Congrats, Dot. We can’t wait to hear more about your new life!  To read more about Dot, visit the Tabby’s Place Blog to get the full scoop.

 

Love,

Crepes.