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I dogsat a bit over the weekend and today for this fine specimen. Dakota is a one-eyed, flop-tongued, cuddling blue people-licker. She also enjoys being petted, going for walks, not barking at anything ever, and cuddling up under blankets.
Ran across the Feral Cat Foundation running an adoptathon at a pet food shop in the East Bay today. They mostly do trap-and-neuter programs to control feral cat colonies, and other such worthwhile endeavors. But they do get involved in adoption … Continue reading
I took a ferry out to Alameda a couple weekends ago, having forgotten just how dumb the public transit there is: they have a ferry terminal that’s 4 miles from the middle of town and there’s no public transit between … Continue reading
Ran into this kitty outside of a house in Berkeley. Super-friendly!
Layla (7 years old) has been commuting with her dad for a few months now. All in all, she seems pretty happy with the arrangement.
Someone has had a long day. I can relate: I’ve had a long week-and-a-day, and it’s not getting any shorter! My brilliant idea of taking a night class in auto repair seems to be, er, backfiring.
Hope you had a casual Caturday!
It’s National Black Cat Appreciation Day, and so you get a bonus post! I love the little white tailtip.
This pile of little kittens decided to wait out the stressful adoption fair in their litterbox. Kittens are goofballs.