Snuffy Meow Monday

I admit it, Snuffy is my favorite. How could he not be? He has the cutest face, he snorts and snores, and he is so sweet. I can’t believe he’s 15-years-old. Where does the time go? I just wish he could live forever.

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Meet Sheldon, our Lollypop Farm Pet of the Week!

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Sheldon is a 2 year old male domestic shorthair mix with very handsome markings. He’d love to come home with you and be admired all day long! Come meet Sheldon at Lollypop Farm!

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Disney Postcard Art

Disney Postcard Art, an easy and fun way to bring the art of Disney into your home and show off your Disney Side.

Disney Postcard Art

On our recent trip to Disney World, we visited The Art of Disney store in Downtown Disney, soon to be Disney Springs! I loved everything! But being the frugal person I am, I couldn’t justify spending that much money. It was sooooo tempting.

Then I came across these adorable postcards and had a great idea. Why not frame them?

Disney Postcard Art

Then I found some fabulous frames at the Christmas Tree Shop, fabulous because they were just what I was looking for and they were only $3.99. Yes, I do really love a bargain!

I absolutely love how they came out and they make me happy every time I see them. Plus, at just about $30 for the whole project, it makes my frugal self very happy.

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Jezebel vs the Blow Dryer

Jezebel hates our blow dryer. Every time I take it out, she makes it her mission to protect all of the other cats from the evil blow dryer.

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Meet Baxter, our Lollypop Farm Pet of the Week.

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Handsome Baxter is a 3-year-old male domestic shorthair who loves to play and snuggle. As cats go, he’s just about purrfect! Come meet him at Lollypop Farm!

Until Friday September 5, 2015, Baxter and all his cat friends are available for reduced adoption fees. Check out the details below!

Five Dollar Felines

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Mother Cat Meow Monday

Usually I post about one of my cats, but today I’m posting about a special mother cat who lost her own kittens and adopted a litter of orphaned kittens. I just love stories like this.

Over the weekend, a mother cat was brought to Lollypop Farm, her litter of kittens were killed by a skunk. Then a litter of orphaned kittens, too small to be without their mom, came in. The wonderful staff at Lollypop Farm had an idea. They put the motherless kittens with the kitten-less mother cat and a wonderful thing happened, the mother cat accepted the kittens as her own and it was just about the sweetest thing ever.

Here are a couple photos from the video, which explains why they are a bit grainy.

If you go to Lollypop Farm’s Facebook page you can see the adorable video for yourself.

Now for Piper, our Lollypop Farm Pet of the Week.


Piper is a 6-year-old male domestic longhair mix who goes from shy to very sociable once he figures out how well you scratch his back and chin. Piper came to Lollypop Farm with his buddy, Clouds. Clouds has found a new home but that leaves Piper a little lonely. We’re hoping he finds some new humans soon. Piper is available free of charge to approved adopters through Lollypop Farm’s Seniors-for-Seniors program.

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Mary Poppins at the Dryden Theater

 I’m so excited that Mary Poppins will be playing at the Dryden Theater on Sunday September 9, 2015 at 2pm, as part of the Dryden Theater Kids Series  at the George Eastman House. If you know me, you kow what a big Disney Fan I am and Mary Poppins is one of my favorite classic Disney Films. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious indeed!

The George Eastman House recently announced that all Dryden Kids film screenings will now be FREE for attendees 17 years old and younger. In keeping with its mission to promote the art and history of cinema, the Dryden Theatre is encouraging younger audiences to see films on the big screen in their original formats, as they were intended to be. 


“Our goal is to share the beauty of cinema with people of all ages, and what better place to do that than on the big screen at the Dryden Theatre?” said Jurij Meden, curator of film exhibitions, George Eastman House. “Film is such a beautiful art form, and educating young minds on the history of film by using 35mm prints, projected on the big screen, is an experience unlike any other, and can be found right here at George Eastman House.”

Dryden Kids ticket information
– Adults: $8

– Eastman House members: $6

– Students: $4

– 17 and under: Free
All tickets can be purchased at the Dryden Theatre box office. More information at

As a Disney Fan, I often post about Disney themed events and news that I believe my readers will find interesting. 

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