Bachelorette of the Week: Zencada!

You guys!

Today, may I present you Zencada, a tortie with a fabulous name, spicy attitude, and a touch o the diabetes.

Zencada, a tortie that's out of this world.

Zencada, a tortie that’s out of this world.

Now, I’m not positive, but I’m pretty sure with a name like Zencada, this tortie is out of this world. Literally. I think she came from Mars or just a few light years beyond. Her exact birth (landing) date was November 12th, 2008. Presently, she requires a special space diet (prescription food) and takes interstellar juice shots twice a day (insulin) to make up for a certain essence of comet that Earth is lacking.

From what I hear, Zencada is especially friendly and loves to chat and rub her fur on you. I believe that’s how they say “hello” in space. If you’re worried that you won’t understand her language, fear not, for even if the words don’t make sense, the language of love is intergalactically known and you need only to look into her starry eyes to understand her.

If you’d like to meet this lovely girl, contact Tabby’s Place immediately. If you can’t meet her, but you’d like to pay for some of her space food and interstellar juice, click here to help sponsor her care while she waits for just the right person.

Pondering the relationship between light speed and the distance from the food bowl.

Pondering the relationship between light speed and the distance from the food bowl.

This is how they say "I adore you" in space-ese.

This is how they say “I adore you” in space-ese. It’s all in the eyes.

Love,

Crepes.

Bachelor of the Week: Hines!

You guys!

Today’s bachelor is a special kitty for several reasons. Let’s list them, shall we?

Hines, purveyor of delicious hot dog- and egg-enhancement sauces.

Hines, purveyor of delicious hot dog- and egg-enhancement sauces.

No. 1: He’s a BlogPaws special project kitty. My MomFOD met his foster mom at a BlogPaws Be The Change session and offered to help out with this post to find him a home!

No. 2: He has diabetes and requires injections twice a day.

No. 3: He makes ketchup.

No.4: I lied about the ketchup, but doesn’t that make an awesome visual image?

Seriously though, Hines is a twelve-year-old kitty from Cleveland, OH, and really, we have to get him out of there. I’ve seen Cleveland and –

MomFOD says I have to be nice. Fine. Moving on, Hines was abandoned by his previous owners, who were going to have him euthanized because they didn’t feel like giving him his meds anymore. Sigh. What sadness to be abandoned so. Luckily, someone stepped up to take him in and she’s now searching for his perma-home.

Hines loves catnip toys, eating catnip, eating food, and getting pets. I think that pretty much touches on ALL cats favorite things. He gets on well with other cats after proper acclimation, and he’s appreciative of dogs and children. If you’re concerned about giving injections, your vet can instruct you on the proper way to do it. MomFOD gives Rocky tons of injections and needle pokes and he still loves her. No biggie!

If you’d like to meet Hines, please email thoughtsfurpawsATgmail.com and put “HINES” in the subject line.

Let’s find this guy a home!

Love,

Crepes.

Hines contemplating life after a serious dose of both sniffing and eating the nip.

Hines contemplating life after a serious dose of both sniffing and eating the nip.