With rumors all over social media of pumpkin spice everything, we are trying to take advantage of the last couple of weeks of August. I love fall as much as the next girl, but don’t want to see summer end. Snuffy doesn’t either. He wants to enjoy his outdoor adventures for as long as possible.
“I’m king of this jungle!”
Snuffy loves to be outside on his leash exploring the wilderness of our yard. As you can see, he’s surveying his domain.
If you’re looking to add another feline furriend to your household, celebrate Caturday’s through September 7, at Lollypop Farm.
With 50% off all cats and kittens, and free seniors, you can’t go wrong!
I’m feeling a little guilty because I wasn’t home for Snuffy’s Birthday this year, or last year. What kind of crazy cat lady am I? A slacker, that’s what. I’ll make it up to him on his 20th birthday and give him extra snuggles when I get home.
Happy 19th Birthday to the best cat anyone could ever have. We are so lucky we adopted this snorty snuffly little boy at Lollypop Farm all those years ago. He brings us so much joy and we couldn’t love that funny-faces little boy any more than we already do.
Meet Buttercup, our Lollypop Farm Pet of the Week!
Buttercup is a sweet 5-year-old cat who came to Lollypop Farm after he was found wandering in a field. He’s a bit shy, but he’s a sweet, calm fellow who loves gentle attention! Buttercup would be happy in a quiet home without young children. Stop by Lollypop Farm to meet Buttercup today! Learn more: www.lollypop.org/cats
Yesterday was Jezebel’s 7th birthday. I guess that makes her a senior cat but we aren’t going to mention that fact to her. She’s such a diva.
And next week, Snuffy is going to be 19!
These two birthdays had me wondering how many people celebrate their cat’s birthdays. I went to Google to find out and could only find statistics on people who celebrate their dog’s birthday. Why no cat stats, Google?
I suppose I can see why more people celebrate their dog’s birthday. Most dogs are going to be super excited about the attention and extra special treatment. Cats don’t care. At. All.
But, Jezebel still had her birthday photoshoot even if she hated every minute of it. Because that’s how we roll. Thanks to @samanthabee_sewing for the great pics.
No cats were harmed in the making of these photos, Jezebel’s just a giant floofy drama queen.
Finally, the beautiful birthday photo!
Happy Birthday, Jezebel. We love you even though you barely tolerate us.
Meet Miss Kitty, our Lollypop Farm Pet of the Week.
Miss Kitty is a lovely 7-year-old cat who is looking for a new home! Sadly, she came to Lollypop Farm when her owner passed away. Miss Kitty is shy at first, but warms up quickly! She’s a calm older cat who is looking for a quiet home. Miss Kitty has been waiting for a home for quite a while, so her adoption fee has been waived, and she can go home for free! Stop by to meet her today! Learn more: www.lollypop.org/cats
I’ve always been partial to orange cats. Okay, I’ve always been partial to all cats, but I do love orange kitties. Growing up we had a big orange boy named Charlie. He was such a sweetheart.
One of our first cats we had as a family came to us as a stray orange kitten we named Jingle Bells. She was a great cat who loved everyone and especially one of our daughters. Jingle Bells loved to be pushed around the house in a big cardboard box that my daughter decorated and labeled “Cat Car”. Usually, Jingle Bells was wearing various necklaces at the time. She was quite the character.
Now we have our buff orange boy, George. Also, quite the character. He loves to complain when the dogs bark with a chattering meow. They bark, he complains, they bark at him complaining and he complains more. George hates any door being closed and has figured out how to open them. Sometimes he just likes to open them and walk away. He doesn’t even want to be in the room. Sometimes he’s a little to smart for his own good but we love this handsome boy.
Since we’re all about the orange cats today, meet Tipsy, our Lollypop Farm Pet of the Week.
Tipsy is a handsome 11-year-old cat who is looking for a family! He came to Lollypop Farm when the landlord where he was previously living said that he couldn’t stay. Tipsy can be a little shy at first, but he loves attention and will cuddle up in a fluffy ball right on your lap! Now through Sunday, July 28, Tipsy’s adoption fee has been waived during the Cat Days of Summer Adoption Special, so he can go home with an approved adopter for free. Stop by and meet Tipsy today! Learn more: www.lollypop.org/cats
Now’s the purrfect time to add a new cat or kitten to your family with the Cat Days of Summer Adoption Special going on at Lollypop Farm.
Do you know that more pets get lost or go missing over the week spanning the 4th of July than at any other time of the year? We have 5 tips to help keep your pet safe and for you and your furry friends to have a safe and happy 4th of July.
1. Always make sure your pet is wearing a collar with ID tags. This includes your indoor cats. Make sure your contact information is up-to-date. This is one of the easiest ways to ensure you’re contacted if your pet is found.
2. Make sure you have vet paperwork or license information handy. If your pet is taken to a shelter you’ll need to show proof of ownership. Photos are great but most shelters want paperwork as proof of ownership. Having vet records or copies of your pet’s license will help you get your pet back to you faster.
3. Microchips are one of the best ways to make sure your pet will get returned to you. It’s your job to make sure your contact information is up-to-date so you can be contacted if your pet is found. The microchip is only as good as the information you provide.
4. Keep your pets inside, only letting your pups outside on a leash for potty breaks. You never know when neighbors will set off fireworks in their backyard, scaring your pets out of your yard and into unfamiliar territory.
5. Do your pets a favor and don’t bring them to fireworks shows. They don’t enjoy them and pretty much terrify them. If your dog gets loose and runs off in a panic they are far away from anything familiar.
Your pet will be much happier at home with their favorite things and comforting surroundings.
We hope everyone, people and pets, enjoy a safe and Happy 4th of July.
Meet Ollie, our Lollypop Farm Pet of the Week.
Ollie is a handsome 11-year-old cat who is looking for a new home! He came to Lollypop Farm because someone had an allergy in his previous home. Ollie is a sweet, calm senior kitty who loves a good cat nap and a cuddle! He is available through the Seniors-for-Seniors program and can go home with an approved adopter 60-years or older for free. Stop by Lollypop Farm to meet him today!