Archive: July, 2018
July 26th, 2018 [1 Comment]

Guest post: Talia’s Big Bang, Part III: Drama at the Milk Bar

by Sue M.

Last night, my foster kitty Talia finally had her babies. Five brand new kitties, right here in my guest bathroom!

Nevertheless, my relief over the successful live births shortly succumbed to new mom anxiety. Continue reading » » »

July 24th, 2018 [1 Comment]

It’s on!

by Angela

The Linda Fund, that is.

I rarely ask for donations in this space, but you bet your bouncy-house I’m gonna do so today.

And I have help. Continue reading » » »

July 19th, 2018 [1 Comment]

Guest post: Talia’s Big Bang, Part II: Bedlam in the Lettuce Box

by Sue M.

This is the ongoing story of my foster, Talia, the one-year old expectant cat who’d been living with me for three weeks.

She announced her impending labor by leaving a wet and gooey yellow streak on my skirt.

Continue reading » » »

July 18th, 2018 [1 Comment]


by Angela

Life pinches.


Pierces. Continue reading » » »

July 12th, 2018 [1 Comment]

Never just a doofus

by Angela

Meet Rufus.

He is what you would call a doofus — or, as they spell it in the land of his people, dufus.

But woe to the one who looks at Rufus and sees an uncomplicated dufus. Continue reading » » »

July 11th, 2018 [1 Comment]

Guest post: Talia’s Big Bang, Part I: When the Kitty Stork Comes Calling

by Sue M.

Oh, kittens, have we got a treat for you.

Starting today, you’re about to hear from one of the kindest, funniest, hugest-hearted human beings in Tabby’s Place volunteer history. Sue has fostered tumbles of kittens for Tabby’s Place, with all the glee and heartbreak such a labor of love brings. But even in a sea of sweetness, some litters stand out.

It’s time for you to meet Talia and her tiny treasures.

And it’s time for me to shuddup. – Angela Continue reading » » »