Bachelorette of the Week: Ember!

Dear World,

Please meet Ember. Careful now, she’s hot and spicy and may very well burn her impression of love right into your soul. Not your carpet, though. She’s totally carpet and upholstery safe.

Look at that smolder!

Look at that smolder!

Ember’s story is a harrowing tale of the type no one wants to hear. She found a forever home once and was abandoned in an apartment with a bowl of Cheerios. I mean, I like Cheerios, too, but that’s just not right. She entered Tree House and found another home, but due to major health issues, her owner had to return her. And then, it happened again. In fact, it’s happened four times. And now, for the fifth time, Ember seeks a brazier of her own where she can light a fire in someone’s heart.

Given all this abandonment, Ember went from an easy-going, highly huggable cat to one that requires a bit of patience and understanding when approached. She’s not a huge fan of other cats, because they like to get in her space and she needs that space to practice her interpretive dance moves. In fact, she’s been given the gold medal in rhythmic gymnastics for her “mouse and ribbon” routine. Impressive.

There’s even a counselor I know at Tree House who happens to have a crush on Ember and made this little love video to her.

If you or someone you know would like to meet Ember, contact Tree House today! She’s there, smoldering.

Love,

Crepes.

The moment of concentration before she begins her interpretive dance.

The moment of concentration before she begins her interpretive dance.

Wondering if her fifth home will finally be the one.

Wondering if her fifth home will finally be the one.

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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.

Bachelorette of the Week: Fiona!

fionaToday we have Fiona, a sassy and petite little tortie with a few petite issues. Dear little Fiona was adopted from Tabby’s Place, but her adopter became ill and Fiona was returned. It turns out that Fiona also had stomatitis. What’s stomatitis? Well, it seems that she’s allergic to the plaque on her teeth and gums. Sadly, her schedule and her lack of thumbs did not permit her to brush regularly so her teeth were removed. Before Tabby’s Place found her, her claws were removed, too. Luckily, she has retained all other features.

Fiona is a tiny little kitty with a big tortie attitude. She’s not a big fan of the whole group love idea, so she’d really prefer to be in a one on one relationship with just you and her, so no other cats allowed. Oh, and she’s a little on the mature side at age 13. Which means that she’s very experienced, wise, and ready to settle down.

If you think you can handle the relationship that Fiona is looking for, contact Tabby’s Place in New Jersey! Fiona will be waiting, but probably not patiently, so hurry up.

Love,

Crepes.

Waiting for you, toothless, clawless, but full of heart.

Waiting for you, toothless, clawless, but full of heart.

"Come alone. No other cats."

“Come alone. No other cats.”

There's room for one - one more. ::wink wink::

There’s room for one – one more. ::wink wink::