Helpful cats, two words that don’t belong together. It seems like any project I start, they want to come help. Yesterday, I was trying to get a photo of my after-Halloween bargains. Rosie decided she needed to investigate my purchases.
I think they met with her approval. Zippy, our Lollypop Farm Pet of the Week, would love to help you with your projects!
Zippy is an 11-year-old male domestic shorthair mix. This guy is keeping track of the Behavior staff in their office while he waits for some new humans to come adopt him. If you would like to meet Zippy, ask at the Adoption desk and he will be right out. Zippy is available free of charge to approved adopters, age 60 and over through Lollypop Farm’s Seniors-for-Seniors program.
Okay, I know that National Cat Day was yesterday, but for me it’s a week-long event. I can’t be the only one, right?
In honor of National Cat Day, behold all 5 of my cats!
They’re all gorgeous. You know who else is stunning? Jasper, our Lollypop Farm Pet of the Week. I’m a friend of Jasper’s and I can tell you that he’s a special boy and he has the most unusual blue eyes. You really need to see them for yourself.
Handsome Jasper looks like an amazing combination of Siamese cat and tortie. This 12-year-old male feline has been staying in Lollypop’s Administrative offices (he’s special) so you’ll have to ask to meet him when you come to visit Lollypop Farm. Check out all his photos on www.lollypop.org. In addition to being a really nice guy, his markings are very unique. He’s available free of charge to approved adopters, age 60 and over, through Lollypop Farm’s Seniors-for-Seniors program.
I used to be funny and write funny blog posts. I don’t remember how long it’s been since I wrote anything remotely entertaining. Maybe it’s because, even though my kids are older, life is so much busier.
I don’t have time to write blog posts, nevermind funny ones.
I’m too tired! By the time I get home, get dinner, and take care of a couple of things, it’s too late and I’m falling asleep with my laptop open.
My biggest fear is that I don’t have anything funny left to say. I’m just a boring person doing the same thing every day. Get up, get kiddo to school, go to work, come home, make dinner, take care of pets, watch some TV, go to sleep and start all over again the next day.
Maybe this is what I need to do. I actually need to go on a quest to find funny. To funny!
I love this picture of Snuffy. I wish I could take credit, but I can’t. J-Man is constantly taking pictures of the cats and then texts them to his sister who is away at school. He’s gotten really good at photographing cats. Snuffy is particularly hard. He seems to know when you want him to look at you and he won’t. It’s like a game to him, seeing how long he can keep turning his head away from the camera.
For more photos of Snuffy, and our other cats, you can check out Snuffy’s Instagram page.
Meet Raven, our Lollypop Farm Pet of the Week.
Raven is a 12-year-old female domestic shorthair mix whose family moved and could not take her with them. This laid back lap warmer has never lived with children and is not too overly fond of dogs. She’s available free of charge to approved adopters (not just seniors) throughout the month of October. Come meet this lovely girl and take her home!
Snuffy was happy to spend another day hanging around my office before heading to a photo shoot. He doesn’t let it go to his head, kind of a big deal.
We spent some time exploring the education room. I though he’d be interested in the fish, but no.
We spent some time outside. Snuffy seemed to really like the horse statue, or maybe it was just the sun he was enjoying.
Snuffy loves any day he gets outside and gets extra attention. It doesn’t take much to make him happy.
Meet Maisy, our Lollypop Farm Pet of the Week.
Maisy is a 10-year-old female Siamese mix. This beautiful girl came to Lollypop Farm to find a new home because her humans could not care for her any longer. Maisy is available free of charge to approved adopters, age 60 and over, through Lollypop Farm’s Seniors-for-Seniors program. Come meet her and all the cats and kittens!