Happy Birthday Snuffy!
This past weekend we celebrated Snuffy’s 16th birthday. It was also my husband’s birthday and our anniversary but, hey, it’s all about Snuffy. I can’t believe he’s 16. I know our time with him is growing shorter and try not to think about it. He’s in great health right now and loving life so we are very lucky.
Awwww, he’s definitely one of a kind. We adopted him at Lollypop Farm just before Christmas in 2000. Happy Birthday Snuffy!
Now you can meet Meg, our Lollypop Farm Pet of the Week!
Meg is a 9-year-old female domestic shorthair who needs a new home. She’s available free of charge to approved adopters, age 60 and over, through the Seniors-for-Seniors program.
This past weekend was our one month houseaversary. Yes, I totally made up that word. We celebrated by having the central ac unit give out late Friday evening. It was a very warm night, but fortunately, we were able to have it serviced Saturday morning and we have our ac again.
The dishwasher and the ac unit are just about my 2 favorite appliances. I think the dishwasher wins because it works year-round.
The pets have settled in and the cats act like they own the place. Conveniently forgetting how terrified they were and are back to jumping on counters and basically, acting like cats.
Meet Rainbow, our Lollypop Farm Pet of the Week.
Rainbow is a 3-year-old female domestic shorthair who’s looking for a new home. They say the third time’s the charm! She was brought in a couple of years ago as an abandoned cat and then adopted. Recently, her living situation wound up not working out and so she’s back at Lollypop hoping to find a new home. Come meet this beautiful girl and all her feline pals at Lollypop Farm!
Don’t forget that Senior cats (age 6 and over) are available to approved adopters free of charge through July 31. Come meet the purrfect pet for you!
I usually do a Meow Monday post on Mondays, or to be honest, sometimes on Tuesdays, but have missed entirely for the past few weeks. My excuse is Meow Mondays must’ve gotten lost in the move.
A very good friend of mine has taught me the value of using “it got lost in the move”. It really does cover almost every possible situation.
“Where did that art project of an anteater I made in 2nd grade go?”
It got lost in the move.
“Where did my favorite faded and ratty Rush concert t-shirt go?”
It got lost in the move.
“Where did your motivation go?”
It got lost in the move.
See, that one little saying can cover so many situations.
For now, Meow Mondays have been lost in the move. I’ll probably find them in the same box with my makeup, deodorant, motivation, and the long lost dominoes set my son is suddenly obsessed with finding. He doesn’t like my “it got lost in the move” response.
Here’s Sassy, our Lollypop Farm Pet of the Week.
Miss Sassy is a 6-year-old female domestic shorthair mix who’s looking for a new home. She’s available free of charge to approved adopters, age 60 and over, through Lollypop Farm’s Seniors-for-Seniors program.
Things are a little crazy here and we are still living out of boxes after our big move, but it’s all good. The cats are starting to adjust, although Snuffy had no problem with the whole move and a new house. He’s the chillest cat around. Jezebel, on the other hand, has been in hiding along the ceiling of the basement. She’s finally starting to come down for food. It will be a while before she’s comfortable enough to explore the rest of the house.
Meet Rosie, our Lollypop Farm Pet of the Week.
Little Rosie is a 10 year old female domestic shorthair mix who could not go with her humans when they moved. She’s available free of charge to approved adopters, age 60 and over, through Lollypop Farm’s Seniors-for-Seniors program.
It’s here, Free Cat Day. If you’ve been thinking about adding a cat or kitten to your family, then head to Lollypop Farm, or one of their satellite locations, to adopt a cat or kitten for free.
Tigger is our current office cat, and as you can see, she looks at the world a little differently. She had surgery to help correct her vision problem, but she is still a little cross-eyed. She’s very sweet and loves to hang around on our desks while we work. She absolutely does not like other cats and can take a little while to warm up and get comfortable in new situations. If you’re looking for a sweet companion come to Lollypop Farm and meet Tigger.
Meet Phoebe, our Lollypop Farm Pet of the Week
Phoebe is a 14-year-old female domestic shorthair mix whose needs a new home because her owner died. This beautiful girl needs a nice retirement home where she can live out her days. She’s available free of charge to approved adopters, age 60 and over, through Lollypop Farm’s Seniors-for-Seniors program. Come meet her and all her feline friends at Lollypop Farm
Phoebe and Tigger don’t want you to miss Free Cat Day at Lollypop Farm on Wednesday, June 15th 2016.