TARA THE GREAT, TARA THE BRAVE, TARA THE CAT
She goes in once, she goes after the dog twice, she goes a third time around the car, then when the dog is gone she gets fluffed and scared like OH SHIT WHAT DID I JUST DO.
Way to go, Tara.
- Dinner of coffee, eggs, and Old Wives’ Lore for Gardeners
- Which has beautiful illustrations
- I put potatoes in the ground. Should get out and do radishes too.
- Took all three cats to the vet. Bandit bit the vet. At least he’s tiny and can’t break skin. Nelly made friends with the vet, which is what Nellies do. The vet took notes on the meat/kibble diet I’m feeding them and said, “I might recommend this to some canine patients with allergy problems!” Still not recommended for cats tho lol. Still, she looked me in the eye and said, “You are doing a really good job.” and I thought I would die of pride.
Save the kittens.
As y’all know, I work with ACR, a 501c3 cat rescue organization. We are in desperate need of fosters for the cats already in our systems, and for continued pulls off the kill list at Animal Control.
Please reblog this and ask any friends and family you may have in the area if they are interested in fostering.
- Fostering can be long or short term. If you are fostering cats from within our system, they can always be returned back to us if something doesn’t work out.
- Fostering is absolutely a possibility for people who already have pets. We can help you with introductions if you’ve never done it before.
- All medical expenses will be covered by ACR. It would be great if you could pay for food and litter because we do not have extensive funds, but if that’s not a possibility, we can help you out with that as well.
- We work around what you would like in a foster cat. There are dozens of cats in need and more coming in every day.
I can personally speak to you about fostering if you have any questions; if you think you’re ready to foster, you can fill out the very simple application on our website by clicking “Foster/Adoption Application” on the left-hand side. Feel free to leave me asks (‘queen’ on tumblr) or email me at email@example.com. You can list me, Talena Smith, as how you found out about ACR on the application.
PLEASE REBLOG EVEN IF YOU DON’T LIVE IN THE AREA.
Thank you for your support!
Got fur balls?
Are your favorite sweaters covered with cat hair? Do you love to make quirky and one-of-a-kind crafting projects? If so, then it’s time to throw away your lint roller and curl up with your kitty! Crafting with Cat Hair shows readers how to transform stray clumps of fur into soft and adorable handicrafts. From kitty tote bags and finger puppets to fluffy cat toys, picture frames, and more, these projects are cat-friendly, eco-friendly, and require no special equipment or training. You can make most of these projects in under an hour—with a little help, of course, from your feline friends!
omg they are so offended if you lick them back.
Fun fact! Dogs lick the mouths of those they consider higher in rank! So if you lick them back, they are not offended, they just don’t see themselves as higher than you and they are confused! The second dog must be a very loyal dog because he or she literally refuses to be licked back haha! I love dogs.
i started reading that expecting an angry rant and it turned out to be one of the nicest things ever.
I have reblogged this like ten times
My cat grooms me. What does that mean?
It means your cat thinks your style is wack and is trying to help
dumbfounded a murder of crows isn’t on here.
my english told me that a group of unicorns is called a blessing and thats the most beautiful thing I’ve ever heard
By the way, I have coined the term ‘an adhesion of geckos’. Please spread the word.
A group of villains is called “a brunch” if they aren’t at each other’s throat, and “a damn mess” if they are.
Overnight I had her on rotating sealed bags of ice. Double bag, my friends, double bag. I learned that the hard way and poor Meow got a little wet on her dead butt. Late night hair dryer + cat in rigor mortis is the comic scene of the century, tell you what. Cue Yakety Sax.
Caitlin runs YouTube channel Order of the Good Death. She is a mortician who is passionate about approaching death positively, cognizant of its natural place in all life.
This is her lovely post about at-home pet euthanasia, a kitty wake, and the burial of her friend, The Meow.
Having recently done some serious thinking about my cats’ end of life plans, this post seemed like a particularly sweet balm. Loss is always hard, but facing it with courage, honesty, and love can help death be non-traumatic and even healing.