Bachelorette of the Week: Rosalee – ADOPTED!

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.

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?

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.

Perfecting her downward scratch. Ahhh.

 

Love,

 

Crepes.

Photos of Crepes and Frosty Claws

My title may have made you think that there was a chance of seeing photographs of me with the mystical frosty paws. Such is not the case. They are, in fact, two separate items. First, let me regale you with some brand new photos of me! Prepare yourself for greatness. This one, I call:

Relief of the Stump

in which I scratch my itch with my stump...and like it.

in which I scratch my itch with my stump…and like it.

And this one I call:

The Unbearable Lightness of Being Crepes

It's hard to be me.

It’s hard to be me.

And now for the FROSTY CLAWS part.

My friends over at Feral Fixers in Lombard, IL, a group that does great things for taking care of the feral cat population and finding homes for all those little kittens, is having a party! They’re going to have lots of great stuff and would like to cordially invite all of you to attend. Here’s the info!

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Crepes.