Nineteen years. That’s how long it’s been since the invincible towers fell. This grief is two years older than Tabby’s Place itself.
Everything old is new again. OK, maybe not Dick Clark. Or Dick Cheney. But everything else.
May it never be forgotten. And “auld lang syne” and all that good stuff. While we’re at it, let’s take a cup of kindness, too.
My heart is aching. I suppose the loss of a 21-year-old cat shouldn’t be a shock, but I was in no way prepared to lose Tabby’s Place’s reigning “elder statescat,” the unsinkable Hillary. Volunteer Larry, who has been devoted to his “sweetheart” Hillary for years now, was kind enough to pen this tribute to our […]
Vacation is good. Being with family? Molto good. But being away from the Tabby’s Place cats for five days is distinctly sub-good. Good heavens, it’s grand to be home.
Is 11 the new 1? Is age just a number? Might the kitty fountain in the Community Room be the actual fountain of youth? Beats me, but clearly the unimpeachable Peachy is just getting better with age.
Raise your paw if you love change. No? How about upheaval? Chaos? Hmm. No dice, eh?
Hear ye, hear ye: Petfinder.com has dubbed today (August 12th) Adopt-a-Less-Adoptable-Pet Day. If you ask us at Tabby’s Place, nobody’s unadoptable, and every day is adoption day. Nevertheless, I love that Petfinder is shining the spotlight on the underdogs (and, especially, undercats) today.