Friday, February 12, 2010
what a gorgeous creature!
This fine lady is looking for a home to call her own.
The kind people at Waggytails Rescue contacted me about her
because they know I love me a naked beast!
She is about 12, with a spring in her step and would best be suited to a home where she can be lavished with love, treats and snuggles. I'm going to be bringing her some of Lambie's winter threads, so she will come equipped for the cold in style!
According to her former foster mom, Madge is gentle and still playful, but would rather not have to deal with a rambunctious child, pup or fiesty cat. She might peacefully coexist with another older, mellow dog. Ideally she'd love to have someone home with her most days, but this gal just needs a home where she'll be loved long-time! She says that she is housebroken and actually prefers to be taken out for a quickie. You go Madge! Oh! And she loves scrambled eggs! How freakin' awesome is that?
Check out her profile on Waggytails for more info.
behold the cuteness!
Saturday, February 6, 2010
This little man is up for adoption he's currently being fostered by my Aunt in Queens. Charles is a super affectionate cat, he loves a good snuggle, loves to play and has an all around great personality. He was found in really bad shape on the streets they believe he belonged to a woman who was hoarding cats, and then got sick, so instead of surrendering her cats to a rescue or shelter, she let them lose out onto the dangerous streets of Queens. He had a terrible eye infection from a bad cold which led to him having his little eye removed but he's made a full recovery, he's fiv/feline leukemia negative and neutered. He seems to have the markings of a Siamese so he's pointed and has a blue eye, but could also be a Ragdoll mix. Charles is looking for his forever home. Here's his profile on petfinders. Please contact
Lindas Feral Cat Assistance, (718) 205-1792, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You will meet the kitty at my Aunt Raquel's in Queens. MORE PICS HERE