Our cat likes jumping on the mirror. My wife and I are still looking for help with our pet deposits! If you can, please spread the word. Click to get to the ChipIn page for the pet deposit. Our black Maine Coon, Bela Lugosi, was found abandoned in a parking garage. This one, Odd, was left at a vet by his previous owners when they got tired of him, and was supposed to be put down. Instead, he went to a shelter where we adopted him.
We recently rescued a year-old kitten from a shelter where he’d been staying. His previous owners had him declawed, and then apparently decided they didn’t want him anymore. They brought him to a vet and told the vet to simply put the cat down. Instead, he went to a shelter where we found him and adopted him. His name is Odd, and he’s a very curious, fluffy, Maine Coon/Norwegian mix.
We are moving at the end of March, and unfortunately our apartment complex requires a pet deposit of $300 per cat. We love both our cats, and would hate to give them up, but that’s a lot of money! So I decided to start a ChipIn fundraiser for little Odd and his older sister, Bela Lugosi. I set the total at $700, so that we could also get them a cat carrier and a climbing tree. Any contributions you might be able to give would be wonderful, but if you just reblog the picture, or share on your Facebook or Twitter, that would great too. Thanks so much for any help, everybody.
Click on Odd to get to the ChipIn donation page, and thanks again.
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Our hairless rat, Oswald, curious about what’s happening outside his cage. He’s a happy little guy.