Bachelor of the Week: Moon Shadow!

Hello, World!

Today, I’d like to introduce you to the one, the only, Moon Shadow! :: insert applause and whisker twitches here::

Moon Shadow: The Invincible.

He doesn’t always dangle his paw, but when he does, he looks really, really cool.

Moon Shadow is a adult black cat who slinks about the house in the most elegant of ways. He also loves to regale the world with his wonderful breath. True story. See below. Haaaaaaaaa…..

Moon Shadow was adopted a few years ago but returned due to differences he had with the other resident cat. He likes head rubs, laser pointers, and sitting in your lap. He also enjoys taking insulin shots to control his rather minor case of the diabetes. Do you have space in your lap for Moon Shadow?

YOU DO????? (Yes, I’m looking at YOU.)

Then contact Save A Pet IL today and tell them you’re in! MS is available for adoption or permanent foster, where SavAPetIL will pay for his medical bills in case you are unable. What a deal!

Freshening the world with his breath.

Freshening the world with his breath. Haaaaaaaa…

Workin' it as a tail model.

Workin’ it as a tail model.

Love,

Crepes.

 

Bachelor of the Week: Mitch!

World, meet Mitch: conqueror of laps, cuddler of man, zoomer of rooms.

Mitch, the unstoppable.

Mitch, the unstoppable.

This handsome feline is twelve years old but acts like he’s roughly three and a half. Maybe four, tops. In fact, legend has it he used to be part of a Motown band in his earlier years, but his days of running around are over and he wants you to know that if you Reach Out, He’ll Be There. He was previously abandoned by two families, but he harbors no hate towards people and just Can’t Help Himself when it comes to Standing In The Shadows of Love and snuggling you. He knows that with YOU, it won’t be the Same Old Song and there isn’t a River Deep or Mountain High enough to keep him out of your lap once he’s in your home, forever.  Just Reach Out and He’ll Be there because Baby, He Needs Your Lovin’.

And if you’ve enjoyed my Four Tops references, you’ll also enjoy the fact that Mitch has a wee bit of hyperthyroidism and is taking an anti-histamine for skin and coat allergies, but despite this, his hair is fabulous!

Also, he’s been at Tree House since 2008, waiting. And that’s not a lie. Mitch needs a happy home, so please help him find the place that will be his forever, with laps aplenty, and no other cats to get in the way of him and his person, perhaps you. He’s ready to leave his Rooms of Gloom and find a home of his own! (Just kidding: Tree House is bright and happy. I just needed another Four Tops reference to lighten up this paragraph.)

If you want to meet Mitch, contact Tree House today. You totally will not regret it.

Here he is, about to zoom a room and claim a lap!

Here he is, about to zoom a room and claim a lap!

Dreaming of the day he becomes the Keeper of Your Castle.

Dreaming of the day he becomes the Keeper of Your Castle.

Fab photos provided by Tree House.

Love,

Crepes.

PS. Don’t forget about CatVidFest in Chicago tomorrow!!! Buy your tickets here and come out and meet MomFOD!

Bachelor of the Week: Prince Owly!

World, may I present to you Prince Owly.

There he is.

There he is.

This dear little fellow’s life had been, until March, a complete pain in the butt. Now, Prince Owly is a bit shy about this fact and asked me to be discrete, but you should know that when he arrived at Tree House a few months ago, he did so dehydrated, underweight, and with terrible injuries to his, um, popo. (Read:anus.)

I know, it’s not glamorous, and Tree House wasn’t sure he was going to make it, but Owly is a fighter and this little guy pulled through! He also pooped through – the lobby, the crate, the afternoon meal…. You see, his injuries have left Prince Owly fecally incontinent. (I didn’t make that phrase up.)

BUT WAIT! I have word that just recently, P. Owly “used the litter box with purpose!” Such a wonderful descriptive phrase to tell you that his injury may not prevent him from coloring within the lines for the rest of his life, if you know what I mean. He is showing great improvement and coming off his meds and his progress is right on target, if you catch my drift. With such a wonderful little face and a desire to use the box to drop his deuces, can you really afford NOT to adopt Prince Owly?

If you’d like to meet him, contact Tree House right away. Hurry!

"Is that a litter box? I shall use it with purpose!" - Prince Owly

“Is that a litter box? I shall use it with purpose!” – Prince Owly

Sitting on the desk, with purpose.

Sitting on the desk, with purpose.

Love,

Crepes.

PS. Our last bachelor Bennifur has found his home!!!

 

Bachelor of the Week: Bennifur!

Dear World,

Today I write you a story about ribbons, a tale about love, a saga about crowding. Today, I tell you the story of Bennifur.

Bennifur

Bennifur

This little dude is about 10 years old and came from a hoarding situation. He was found amidst piles of milk rings, sparkly balls, and loads and loads of rubber bands. Now in therapy for his

I have just been alerted that Bennifur was not, in fact, the hoarder but was removed from a hoarding situation along with his sister Crystal Castle. I wish someone would give me all the details in advance. Moving on… Although he came from a difficult situation, he loves to play with ribbons and is filled with energy. He’s also filled with FIV, but, as I’ve said before and will say again, no big deal.  Bennifur needs a loving home, a feline companion, and possibly a new name. Yikes. His sister was already adopted into a new home so dear Bennifur waits, hoping for just the right person/cat team with which to share his heart. Do you think it’s you and your kitty?

If you think that you are the right one for Bennifur, contact Tree House today! Tell them alumna Crepes sent you.

"Is that a ribbon? I love ribbons." - Bennifur.

“Is that a ribbon? I love ribbons.” – Bennifur.

 

Love,

Crepes.

PS from Tree House *Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) causes a weakening of the immune system in cats. It’s often compared to human HIV, but FIV is not transferable to humans or other species. It is also difficult to transfer to other sterilized cats, and we believe that mixed FIV and non-FIV households can work if managed properly. If kept indoors in a stress-free environment, with regular medical care and high-quality nutrition, most FIV+ cats live long and healthy lives. Tree House staff can help answer your questions to see if an FIV+ cat is the right choice for you. FIV+ cats adopted from Tree House are eligible for a lifetime veterinary-care plan that includes a free annual exam and discounted treatments.*