kitten season has begun. this little guy is only 3-4 weeks old.
i am teaching school break camp this week. this was one of our guest speakers! meet flower the most loved, adored, totally perfect guinea pig!
i was able to crawl inside their outdoor pen to take photos. this one raccoon came out to pose for me… 3 feet away. there were several raccoons in the pen, but only this one came out.you can see how fat he is! they want to release them when they are nice and fat so […]
i immediately think of the elliott smith song, “between the bars“. this is crystal. she’s a little shy, but coming around. i love her tiger marking because they are very light colored. crystal was found on the streets and is approximately 4 months old.
peek a boo. bella sees you. she’s a 1 year old tri-tiger with glowing green eyes. tri-tigers are always born girls. yay for us!
marsha is part of our Brady Bunch litter. her and her siblings came in somewhat feral. we have this wonderful volunteer who coaxes the kittens into realizing that humans are pretty awesome. her secret ingredient is baby food on the finger tips! obviously marsha was named because of her perfect and beautiful hair. 😉
i pretty much hate craigslist. so many animals are bought and sold through that website without care or worry for the animal’s welfare. ‘unnamed puppy’ is just another case in a long line of maltreatment. this puppy was brought to us because the daughter bought it on craigslist. CLEARLY the puppy is too young and […]
use only one word: 1. Where is your cell phone? desk 2. Your hair? blonde 3. Your dad? 80 4. Your other half? myself 5. Your favorite food? ice cream 6. Your dream last night? complicated 7. Your favorite drink? coffee 8. Your dream/goal? animals 9. What room you are in? classroom 10. Your hobby? […]
this was one of our tupper wear kittens. they were dropped off in the middle of the night in a sealed tupper wear container. no air holes. don’t worry. they all were adopted and healthy as can be! i wanted to apologize for being absent the last month. there was a family death and that […]
one of our kitties is not a “sharing” kitty.