Bachelorette of the Week: Babs!

This week, we have the bachelorette that time forgot! World, meet Babs. (Also, World, don’t mention her hair. She’s sensitive about it.)

Babs, wondering what you're doing.

Babs, wondering what you’re doing.

Babs is now 15 years old and has been at Tabby’s Place for seven years. She’s a rather affectionate cat, usually, but can occasionally have moods that are, shall we say, unique. Occasionally, she needs to be left alone, but don’t we all?

Now, don’t say this in front of Babs, but her hair is a little, um, odd. We’ve heard her described as a possum. Now, this could be intentional on her part, but because of her moods, no one wants to ask her, so, we’ll just leave that for another time.

Babs does like to be petted on the head and shoulder area and loves to check out what you’re doing. She’s a fine kitty, really, and does well with other cats and kittens, but would prefer a home without young children. She also has a touch of the kidney disease and is on daily subcutaneous fluids which, according to MomFOD and Rocky, are a breeze to administer.

If you’d like to meet Babs, contact Tabby’s Place. This lady needs to get on her way and make room so another kitty can be saved! Seven years is a long time to wait for someone to choose you. Let’s help end Babs’ wait.

If you can’t adopt but would like to make Babs’ wait more comfortable, you cant sponsor her through Tabby’s Place. She’ll also accept toys, blankets, and photographs of possums, since she clearly likes them.

"Are you looking at my fur?" Babs.

“Are you looking at my fur?” Babs.

"No, seriously, are you looking at my fur?" - Babs.

“No, seriously, are you looking at my fur?” – Babs.

Babs, telling herself that possums are cool, as she falls asleep at night.

Babs, telling herself that possums are cool, as she falls asleep at night.

 

 

Love,

Crepes.

PS Please share! The more eyes on Babs, the better!

 

Bachelor of the Week: Buddy!

Today’s Bachelor was a special request by one of my kind readers and supporters, Karen R. She asked me to feature this little fellow, and so I shall!

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World, meet Buddy. Buddy is about two years old and has the cutest little heart-shaped nose. He came in to Tabby’s Place in New Jersey a very shy kitty, and, while he’s still pretty shy, he’s definitely open to human companionship with the right adult. A person with patience, a person willing to bring out his best side, a person with a pocketful of kitty treats for those moments when only a kitty treat will do.

Dear little Buddy’s special need is FIV+. He specifically wants to make this known to everyone because he feels that it’s the socially responsible thing to do. Presently, Buddy doesn’t need any special care and has no other health issues besides his socially-responsibly-non-hidden-FIV+ status.

So, do you have treats? Do you have patience? Do you have a need for the love of a wonderful little kitty? Then make Buddy your perma-buddy today!

Or, if you love him, but can’t take him home, consider sponsoring this wonderful little fellow. Anything will help, even a little bag of treats sent with love.

Buddy takes selfies to show the world who he really is when no one is watching

Buddy takes selfies to show the world who he really is when no one is watching

Climbing the steps that he hopes lead to your heart

Climbing the steps that he hopes lead to your heart

 

Snuggling - notice that there's room for one more

Snuggling – notice that there’s room for one more – Do you fit?

 

And if you didn’t know, today is WORLD CAT DAY! Anyone who doesn’t have a cat should consider adopting one so you can be as awesome as all the people that have cats, because cats do cool things. Like lick your hair and bump you in the head with their heads. Please adopt and celebrate WORLD CAT DAY!

Love,
Crepes.