Friday, February 15, 2013

Random Fridays

Did you see the post yesterday by Miss Chrystal????  Woohooo - more adoptions!!!  Frosting and Hershey have to get to CALIFORNIA!!!!  We have done it before and mom promised we will help make this one happen as well. If you live ANYWHERE between Illinois and Ohio and are planning a trip to LA (or close) and willing to help transport these kitties to their forever home, PLEASE let us or Miss Chrystal know.

The cats rescued from the house fire have been placed in other foster homes. We haven't heard anything else about the foster and her family....other than they are safe.

This from our friend Miss Beckie:
As the foster parent of two of the house fire cats I would like to thank everyone for the kind words and offers of support. My furry ones are now available for a home of their own. Berry is a black and white girl about a year old. She is very sweet and cuddly. Kooper is an orange guy about the same age. Both are living at the Petco at Kingsdale in Upper Arlington. Stop by and say hello to them.

First, THANK YOU to everyone who has offered to foster and who is fostering to help with this tragic event. And a big thank you to the Norton Road Veterinary Hospital and Rascal Animal Hospital for helping with the veterinary needs of these kitties!

These kitties are in very temporary foster homes and need to find their FOREVER homes! So we are having an adoption event with the foster home fire kitties THIS WEEKEND, from 12-5pm at the Petsmart on Rome-Hilliard. Adoption fees will be $35 for one cat, and $50 for two. There are also 2 of the kitties at the Petco at Kingsdale - Berry and Kooper (and big thank you to Petco for promoting and caring for them until homes are found!).

We gotted an award from Basil
Fanks.....we love you too!!!

Notes from Emma's Wednesday post:

@Fuzzy Tales: Emma is full of...... something - haha
@Priscilla: thanks - we like the new look. Mom wanted to try something and got bored at work the other day.
@Belle: nope, K is in for the long haul. Heck, we think she might have been charmed by the bratty behavior.

About Styx, Atlas and Hera: they were never at our house. Mom moved them from the adoption center straight to the store. But since mom will be doing their adoptions, we feel like they are extended family kitts. :)  No word on what is up with Atlas but Miss Mona says he is eating ok, so that is good news.


  1. It's all about the input (and output)! Glad to know Atlas is eating!
    Congratulations on your new award!
    It's wonderful how the animal caregivers rally round during times of need. Thank you!

  2. Good to hear that the kittens found a foster home that were in the house that burned. Sure hope they get adopted really soon. That was all so sad.
    Emma, looks like you are destined to go live with K so you might as well start behaving yourself. She likes brats. Take care.

  3. It's always heartwarming to hear kitties rescued from what could have been a very bad situation.

    For all you do, our purrs to you!!

  4. It is always wonderful when kitties find new homes

  5. Hooray for adoptions! I sure am glad those kitties from the fire are getting some help, we are all purring for each of them.

  6. Thanks for keeping us posted about the kitties saved from the fire, when you hear about them. And great news about the adoptions!

  7. SQUEE, look at Emma! SQUEEEEEEE!

    Sorry. You know who THAT was!
    We're so happy for the adoptions! And thankful the fire kitties are getting help!
    Play bows,

  8. Oh sadly, MD is out of you path! But we wishes the BEST!


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