Jersey strong

Jersey strong

Reports of NJ’s demise have been greatly exaggerated.

Gigundo thanks to all our out-of-state, outta sight friends who are checking in. We – the cats, the human beans, and  Tabby’s Place itself – are still standing. We are cast down but not destroyed.

It’s true what they say: NJ – only the strong survive. And so we do. Awesomely.

I am blogging from a tiny screen in an undisclosed location (I’ll give y’all a hint: either Zimbabwe or my Mom’s house), so I apologize in advance if this is riddled with typos or simply reads “I LOVE WEBSTER AND I WANT MY ELECTRICITY BACK” over and over.

Know that we are okay and we love you. we have electricity, but no water. Please keep us in your prayers as we get life back in order (you’re in ours too). And hug your cats and humans just a little tighter tonight.

Hurricanes can’t crash through love. Especially not in Jersey.

5 thoughts on “Jersey strong

  1. I’ll keep you guys in prayers. I hope you get water and food for the cats!! I’ll hug my cats tonight! I’m so glad you guys are okay, I was worrying all the way in Wisconsin! Meow! Keep Strong New Jersey and Tabby’s Place 🙂

  2. I know as a former Jersey resident that you are correct you gotta be strong to survive there. I am sure that all will be good and prayers from afar. If I am not mistaken weren’t you hit with a fluke snowstorm almost exactly a year ago. I have said many times “when the going gets tough, the tough get going”. Go get’em Tabby’s Place.

  3. I picked up my cat, Smudgie, and hugged her as per your instructions.


    (She was also purring. I don’t think I’m supposed to tell you that.)

    Smudgie quietly added that all those associated with Tabby’s Place should take care of one another, particularly when someone named “Sandy” pounds on the door.

  4. Hang in there!!! Thoughts and prayers are with you as you all wait on electricity and water. The things we all sometimes take for granted. We’re lucky to have gotten our power back here in PA but it was scary there. A hurricane for gosh sakes! In PA! Who knew?

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