Bachelor of the Week: Yellow Tail

World, Meet Yellow Tail.

Yellow Tail posing.

Yellow Tail posing.

This handsome bachelor came from some rough circumstances under a dumpster at a restaurant. He maintains that he was trying to order some sushi for dinner but it started raining and he needed a dry spot to wait for his rolls. We’ll let him have that story.
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Yellow Tail loves to snuggle with adults (sorry, kids), long walks on your carpeted hallways, and intimate sashimi dinners, hold the rice. He’s also really into photography, but of a more internal kind. In fact, he has an entire series of portraits via ultrasound of his heart that he’s just waiting for a room of his own to frame and hang. He plans to continue his hobby in his new home, so adopters should be aware that he’ll need occasional rides to his doctor for his ultrasonic modeling sessions. You see, Yellow Tail’s heart has a few parts that are just a bit bigger than others, which requires a doctor’s monitoring but also allows for some really artistic photographic angles. Truly stunning.
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Yellow Tail wouldn’t mind another cat in the house but very likely he’d prefer to be your one and only. He’ll chat with you all night long and it only requires that you snap your fingers and say “Yellow Tail,” and he will appear like the miracle that he is.
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If you would like to meet Yellow Tail, contact Tree House Humane Society today! Hurry. He’s got sushi rolls to serve you and that stuff doesn’t keep.
"Hurry. These spicy tuna rolls won't keep long." - Yellow Tail

“Hurry. My¬†spicy tuna rolls are wilting.” – Yellow Tail

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Love,
Crepes.

 

Bachelor of the Week: Hocus!

You guys!

It’s time for this week’s Bachelor! This little fellow is in his later years, but that doesn’t stop him from being super cool. So, despite his issues, let’s treat him like any other bachelor and let you know a bit about him. Eh hem…

 

This is Hocus. Fabulous, right?

This is Hocus. Fabulous, right?

Hocus is sweet, shy, sensitive, loving, FIV+, adorable, did I mention sweet, toothless, senior, gray, fighting lung cancer, and fabulous. He also has a big heart, though that’s partially due to health issues, and he’s a little iffy about hugs.

Now, how does that sound?

Realistically, at age 16 and with his health difficulties, Hocus may not find the single love of his life, but Tabby’s Place is doing all they can do give him an excellent, happy life while he’s there with them. He is adoptable and looking for a home (other cats are great, children are ok, dogs are an unknown in his life) but he would be really happy if you could spare him a few dollars a month to help with his list of needs. He’s a good good cat, and he just needs a hand to help him keep being him for a little while longer.

If you’d like to discuss Hocus with Tabby’s Place, please give them a call. They’d love to hear from you!

"Are you trying to hug me?" -Hocus.

“Are you trying to hug me?” -Hocus.

"I see a hug coming. Slow down!" - Hocus

“I see a hug coming. Slow down!” – Hocus

Love,

Crepes.

Photos provided by Tabby’s Place.