Aby-a-Day – January 15: Naturally Remarkable

When we were taking photos for National Dress Up Your Pet Day, my husband thought it would be funny to throw in a prop:


Of course Jacoby totally played along and posed with Mr. Peanut. It makes me wonder, now, if I should find some little white cuffs to put around his wrists. I know he won’t wear gloves!


I think I’ve got a shot at next year’s Page-a-Day Cat Calendar (which I need to hurry up and enter), maybe around New Year’s Eve, though.

Other People’s Abys – 4 Abys in Italy

Abyfriend Kelli turned me onto these fabulous Abyssinians on Flickr: 4 Abys.

Unfortunately, their Flickr settings don’t allow me to share any of their photos directly on my blog, but there are some awesome shots. Check them out!

I Can Has Cheezburger: So I had an idea for a LOLcat…

I made this on a whim last night: And that’s how you do it!


Just thought I’d share…

Cats in Need: Clark Kent in West Philly

I just wanted to boost this signal on this, because it needs to be spread around the internet. When I first saw this, I wasn’t aware the report about Clark Kent was originally from Thanksgiving when I shared it. Clark Kent and is currently recovering well (but with kidney problems) in a foster home. His “owners” were charged and ordered to appear in court but were MIA (shocking, I know, that they didn’t bother to show up). I’ll share any further info I come across about Clark. It could happen to any cat. All this guy did wrong was get sick…and have bad people.

Via Citykitties:

A good samaritan found this cat today in a gutter by Clark Park, West Philadelphia, half dead. He is now at the Cat Doctor with a body temperature of 90 (normal is 102) and blood PCV of 8. The Cat Doctor housecat, Diamond, is currently donating blood to save his life. During the exam, the vet found that this cat has a microchip. When called, his "owners" reported that he was acting sick, so they put him outside. If this makes you as angry as it makes us, please channel your anger in one of two ways: visit our website at http://www.citykitties.org and make a donation to help us pay for his care, or share this post and encourage others to do so.

Clark Kent’s whole story is here on City Kitties’ website – He is declawed, too!

Click to donate.

Originally posted by at Kittypix on LJ