For fifty years, we human beans have been celebrating Earth Day. May the fiftieth one be one to remember.
Tabby’s Place staff and volunteers are very familiar with paralysis, especially partial paralysis. We currently have several paraplegic residents, and we’ve had many others in the past. There will be more.
In this distanced, digital time, scrolling can help. Scrolling can also hurt. But strolling — strolling is always a good idea.
We are remarkable creatures, you and me. That’s not only because we’re exceptionally good-looking and sweet-smelling and love cats more than air. It’s because we’re human beans.
Everything has changed. Nothing has changed. We have a choice in how we’ll be changed.
Here’s a not-so-newsworthy newsflash: I was once a wee one.
Since c. 2005, Tabby’s Place has had a cadre of “Community Cats.” Since c. 2019, Tabby’s Place has had one cross-eyed “NON COMMUNAL NO NO NO TO COMMUNITY Cat.”
Dani delights in soft beds. Dani delights in warm laps. Dani delights in dinner. Dani delights in hidden toes. Dani delights in cat trees. Dani delights in freedom. Dani is simply a delight to behold as she glides around our lobby. And glide she does–most of the time. Scoots had just returned to Tabby’s Place […]
What can we learn about cats and life and souls from Development software? As it turns out, a lot.
It’s been years since I watched Disney’s The Aristocats. I enjoyed it as a young girl, but found it annoying as a young adult in its polarization of the aristocracy (Madame and her Aristocats) and the working class (the Alley cats and Edgar, the butler). Society, human or feline, is far more complex than such […]