November 3rd, 2006
|12:11 pm - Another cat? Oh, man.|
The MJD/CAP animal shelter is again open for business.
(Perhaps Tina and I should call it "The MJD/CAP Cathouse". . . oh, the connotations. . .)
Should anyone be in need of a cat, I found this one on my way to work:
She was walking a bunch of girls to school.
I've never met anyone, human or animal, who liked me so much so soon upon meeting me. Darn social cat, pretty too, and she fell asleep in my lap after destroying my lunch this morning.
My ill-fated lunch, which she tore open and started eating immediately
Totally free to a good home.
If she isn't placed, she goes back on the street. We're looking for her original owners.
She's at the animal clinic being de-wormed and getting checked for spay.
Current Location: Southeast of Disorder
Current Mood: happy
Current Music: "Fins", -JB
She's a cutie. And those ears... she could bring HBO with them.
Oh, what an amazing profile in that first pic? (Her, not the lunch.)
I can bring her to KC, if needed, you know.
What a cutie! Her ears make me giggle.
Alas, Mom would not allow a cat.
It'd be a good excuse for me to come visit. . .
Sure. If I have her tomorrow, you can even meet the girl, seeing as you'll be at my place, anyway.
She's a cutie! Alas, I believe we've reached cat-saturation at my house.
This is also our problem.
Five in the house already, I think I'm done taking them in, myself.
Though Magellan could use a girlfriend.
|Date:||November 3rd, 2006 05:41 pm (UTC)|| |
What a beautiful cat!!
My crochety old queen would not like another cat in the house, though. But oh, she's a beauty!
Maybe she could use someone young to smack around? This kitten would obviously take it well. She's pretty darn easy-going.
Oh my gods, she is SO beautiful. ;__;
*has no idea how that would be feasible, though :(*
You can time-share her with _crow365__
if need be.
And yes, she is beautiful. And snuggly. If you thought Infinity was snuggly, Infin has nothing on this girl.
Any reason you couldn't take her to an animal shelter rather than putting her back on the street?
If she checks out clean and spayed and you have no one else to take her, Ludi says he might like to check her out.
and if you think you live in a cathouse...i have four and my landlord,who breeds and grooms cats live upstairs.
Aw! She looks like my cat Merry!
(Merry's a "he"--Meriadoc Brandybuck Lingg. Actually, he's named Merry because he came from Merrymead farm, but everyone thinks we're calling him Murray because of these lousy Philly accents, which can't distinguish between the two. So we kept the name Merry, but decided to change it from Merrymead to Meriadoc because, well, we're dorks.)