Thursday, August 21, 2014

I'm watching you.




Nothing gets by the watchful eye of this glam girl.

Except maybe for the bratty little brother waiting, off-screen, to pounce.

Film at 11.
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We have a winner!


The winner of the pre-release version of the book Catification by Jackson Galaxy and Hauspanther's Kate Benjamin *and* the cool kitty lunch bag is...

               Manx Mnews!

Congratulations!

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Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Wordless Wednesday: Earnest.




We can't thank you enough for your understanding 
as our mom struggles with a pretty intense workload 
and a looming (next week) deadline. 

We promise we'll be visiting as soon as is humanly (and feline-ly) possible! 

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Wednesday's Waif: Everett

We're not sure exactly why Everett is still at Wayside. He's stunning, sweet and very eligible!




Everett is a purebred blue-point Himalayan. He's 3 years old, and he was transferred in from another shelter that was out of space. He's pretty shy (which might be part of the reason he's still here). But he's been very affectionate and chatty with our human!

We sure would like to see him find his forever home (before our mom brings him home to ours!!).

Everett is available for adoption today at Allie's Alma Mater, Wayside Waifs.

http://www.waysidewaifs.org/

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Urgent News Flash:

Remember Great Plains SPCA? You know, the other great shelter we support? The one we sometimes like to call Wayside 2.0, since many of the same great Wayside staffers are now over there? 

http://www.greatplainsspca.org/


Just yesterday, Great Plains SPCA and the city of Independence, MO released a news report stating that the MO Department of Agriculture visited the shelter and put a moratorium on the number of cats they can hold. NO MORE CATS.

They are overfull - waaaay beyond capacity - with over 700 cats in the system and 400 in that one building alone. 

They need people who might be considering getting a cat for a pet  
not to shop for one, but to adopt

From them. Like, now!

Can you please pass the message along? 
Share in social outlets? 
Consider a donation to help them feed these poor souls in the meantime?

Thank you!