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Keeping Up With the Siberians

Posted By Naki Nagi Body Scrubs on Sep 22, 2011 at 1:24PM

For the ultimate in cuteness, follow my channel on YouTube and see what Mishka and Gorbie are up to!

The King and Queen's New Clothes

Posted By Naki Nagi Body Scrubs on Sep 22, 2011 at 12:11PM

Mishka (right) and Gorbie (left).

Kitten in bath heaven

Posted By Naki Nagi Body Scrubs on Sep 22, 2011 at 12:09PM

Melinda Shea Waid.

Posted By Bronbron678 on Aug 7, 2011 at 9:46AM

This is not about mina. It's about my essay. HAH. No, It's about what ever comes out of my brainers. well. I made some soup. It's a big friggin cup too. NOMNOMNOM. CAKE PIEE With Jimmy Gibson. I love this kid. I've never actually met him though. :L Odd, eh? well. This Cake Pie is so real. It's like, cherry pie, With white cake. and icing and whatnot. NOOOOOOOMM. This is a short entry. I MEAN. IT'S SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO LONGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG. Like HOLY SHIIIIIIIIIIIT. <3 Jesus is NOT real my friends. I am sorry. NEH BLEEEEEEEEEEH. Keep reading.  Soup. CAKE PIE. <3

Posted By mrssoup67 on Jul 19, 2011 at 9:12AM

Meg and Parker

Our latest addition Parker.   My daughter has been having migraines lately and have found my older cats to be very intuitive when we are ill.  It seems that the little one is the same.  They curled up together and slept for an hour.  Today I am not feeling well and he is beside me snuggled up.  They are amazing little furry creatures.

Fourth of July Camping Trip

Posted By kpalomin on Jul 6, 2011 at 9:06AM

Green Cats

Posted By Hippilove38 on Jun 25, 2011 at 3:57AM

GREENCats primary goal is to restore City Hall's support of TNR (trap-neuter-release) and STOP the blanket killing of our community (aka feral) cats, which at present is happening in gut-wrenching numbers!

With City Hall's current political ethos of

"the greening of Los Angeles"

the timing couldn't be better for pushing a GREENCats proposal forward, and making it

a positive reality for LA's community feline residents!

GREENCats is a winning program implementing a humane and eco-friendly (green) solution to pest control.

Just as spiders control the insect population, our community/feral cats (if given their domain)control the city's mice and rat population!  ( 24/7 service for the health of our City! )

High profile businesses such as Disneyland and others (SRF Shrine, LA Coliseum Stadium, CrossRoads private schools, UCLA and many LAPD Station Houses) have all embraced TNR feral


colonies with complete success in

eradicating their rodent issues on property.

It is an undisputed fact that the cat is the best green Pest Control in existence!

Please take a moment to sign the GREENCats petition

and continue to post and network this to friends and other animal-lovers like yourself!




More interesting links....




Disney and feral cats in business "partnership"

"When you have a theme park as large as Disneyland, you run into some unique challenges. Among them are the problem of rodents -- 

Turns out, the theme park officially views the feral cat colony as "partners" in controlling the rodent population. The cats are in charge of pest control - they are Disney's official nighttime "rat patrol" Disneyland maintain the kitty clutch through TNR a trap, neuter, and release program and five hidden feeding stations."

http://consumerist.com/2010/09/disne...l-rodents.html - with links to the original article 

Until one has
loved an
animal, a part
of one's soul
unawakened."   -- Anatole France

little mac!

Posted By Hippilove38 on Jun 25, 2011 at 3:11AM
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little mac

Posted By Hippilove38 on Jun 25, 2011 at 2:00AM
little mac


Posted By Hippilove38 on Jun 25, 2011 at 1:27AM

For the past 4 years I have cared for two beautiful  cats, "Fluffy" (all black) and "Bambino” (classic tuxedo),
that live on the Veterans Administration property in west L.A.

I was just put on notice that the abandoned building where they live is tagged for demolition! Their home is soon to be destroyed,and time is of the essence to find them a new home/property before the demolition starts!

Both are fixed w/shots and are very healthy! And although they have spent their lives outside, they are NOT what most would classify as "feral".  They live surrounded by grass and nature, amid people coming 'n going  from the government/vet housing buildings all around them. I often see "Fluffy" during the day taking a "catnap" under a tree, or sitting in full view of people as she takes her ritual noontime sunbath.

Up until this last year, the VA property has provided the cats with a goodlife, it is a green environment with lots of trees, and the abandoned building provides them a great shelter from bad weather, and is a safe hiding place from any predators --- Plus they have had the benefit of a stable routine of two wet meals daily (from yours truly!)--- But now the clock is ticking on this imminent demolition, and the only home they have ever known is about to be turned into a parking lot! I must find them a new home ASAP - I will do whatever it takes, and drive wherever I need to in order to accomplish this for them.
My prayer is to be lead to a comparable situation (at least weather-wise) on a safe property with compassionate people over-seeing the environment.
Sorry for the lengthy explanation, but as you can imagine, I care greatly about their well-being, and I am not willing to just "drop-kick"them to an inappropriate environment.

They are both sweet-natured, beautiful and masters at (green) rodent control!
I want to do right by these two kitties and give them a chance at a safe and happy life! Please let me know if you can help.

PS. I'm aware, as I'm sure you are, that relocating a cat is always and only a last resort, and they MUST be "grounded" properly for a proper transition and for the relocation to be successful.
Best Friend’s video on “grounding” for relocation of feral cats:http://video.bestfriends.org/media/p/983.aspx