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July 30th, 2014 [No Comments]

Adopter explosion

by Angela | Category: Tabby's Place

julius-all-grown-upFear not: our adopters have not taken to collective spontaneous combustion.

What they have done is cause our hearts to grow at least 470 times in size. Continue reading » » »

July 25th, 2014 [2 Comments]

Persimmonious

by Angela | Category: Tabby's Place

ft232a_1Body language is notoriously complex.

This is all the more fraught with peril since cats are notoriously subtle, and humans are notoriously dim.

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July 21st, 2014 [2 Comments]

Free grace from free Grace

by Angela | Category: Tabby's Place

11485343855_d18fa69f70_oThere have been too many losses this past month.

But somehow, loss never has the final word.

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July 18th, 2014 [2 Comments]

Catso

by Jonathan | Category: Tabby's Place

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I’m the first to admit that “Catso” is a terrible name for a cat.  But, one of our first FIV+ cats arrived bearing this name.  He was a wonderful cat, so before too long the name grew on us.

We recently received a donation to the Linda Fund from Catso’s adopters and this reminded me of this funny boy.

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July 15th, 2014 [7 Comments]

Levi: Forever Loved

by Jonathan | Category: Tabby's Place

levi-in-tree1[NOTE: The following is from Jane, an employee of Tabby's Place and one of Levi's favorite people.]

As a staff member at Tabby’s Place I have seen many cats pass through our compassionate doors.   Some have been adopted, some still live a wonderful happy life with us and others have crossed over the Rainbow Bridge. Each one leaves paw prints on my heart. Some of those paws reach deeper than others. Levi’s paws did just that.
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July 10th, 2014 [3 Comments]

Oolongings

by Angela | Category: Tabby's Place

14489951496_cb655a5306_zPeople say that brown tabbies are common, average, unexciting.

People say that those Tiggers and Tigers are dime-a-dozen, ordinary, “meh.”

People say a lot of things.

But we know: if brown tabbies aren’t your cup of tea, you’re missing out on some of the sweetest warmth known to humanity. Just ask Oolong. Continue reading » » »