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Tag Archives: Cat
Guess what time of year it is? It’s time for MORE MACY’S WINDOW KITTIES*! (* And puppies! Offer not available in all areas. Void where prohibited by regulations regarding excessive cuteness. Which, thank goodness, does not include San Francisco.)
As I mentioned, there were a few non-dogs that showed up at that dog fair. We already had a bunny, but here’s one of the most distinctive kitties I have ever seen. (She was adoptable but I forgot to get … Continue reading
Ran into this somewhat derpy specimen in a shop window last night, in Berkeley.
Another adorable adoptable FIV+ kitty for you. This one, due to the fine people at Maddie’s Fund, is actually free to a good home. (They cover the adoption fees.) And Sprout is awesome. The lighting in his little kitty condo … Continue reading
I ran out of cats, so I dropped by Pets Unlimited (on Fillmore in SF) and asked if I could take some cat pictures, and they were happy to oblige. They had a couple of FIV+ cats, which they often … Continue reading
It’s still caturday. In San Francisco. Technically.
Getting awfully low on non-dog material. Going to have to break into a few homes and take pictures of the cats!
We interrupt this Corgi Week to bring you the following adorability: The Groom Room (who I have featured a few times before here) has recently gotten a new regular: a cat who just hangs out with all the doggies in … Continue reading
Okay, okay, fine, so this is from the San Francisco Zoo, back in 2000.
From the little room inside Macy’s that they run the window displays from. If that’s not enough to get you to run down to your local SPCA and adopt someone, there’s no help for ya.