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12 December 2007 @ 11:35 pm
 
okay:

If I don't go in to work tomorrow (that is, if it snows. a LOT), I'll fully answer all of the question-meme-things AND any backlogged memes I've got going. I solemnly swear.



and in one-eyed kitty news, I sort of started checking out adoption criteria JUST TO SEE. these guys are hardcore - as they should be! - including follow-up visits in the home once the animal is adopted, reference checks and conversations with your current vet. dude... they might not want me, even if I resolved to adopt one-eyed kitty. The adoption form is FIVE PAGES LONG. Very intimidating.



OH!!! but I now have another cat that someone needs to adopt like NOW. He's ten (I think). Black coat, gold eyes, very fine manners. The owner decided she didn't want him anymore. Also? he's the size of a miniature horse. Ridiculously sweet and patient. How the hell could anyone give him up?



EDIT: really crappy picture of the normally adorable one eyed kitty
 
 
 
Ea Quae Legiteaquaelegit on December 13th, 2007 05:21 am (UTC)
You just keep on making me want to adopt a kitty more and more!
Kelladyjoust on December 13th, 2007 05:23 am (UTC)
I picked up a packet of pre-adoption paperwork today. Y'know, just to see what it would entail. IF.
Bird on a Wingcaragana_leaves on December 13th, 2007 05:34 am (UTC)
I used to babysit for a family with a one-eyed kitty. His name was One-Eyed Jack.

Also? Your icon? OMG cutest book EVAR!
Blaidd Drwgfairyrune on December 13th, 2007 03:21 pm (UTC)
She looks cranky about having her picture taken.

"Get that thing out of my face, human!"
Jared: Billcrimsontom on December 13th, 2007 04:06 pm (UTC)
Man, I love Petfinder! That's how we found Sterling and Gizmo. The agency we dealt with had a 3 page application with questions about the vet and references, but they never checked. They wanted to do a in home visit, but only did it about 2 months after we had the cats. Crazy cat lady (literally) who ran the show was out of the loop. I dealt with the foster parents. Sounds like the one you're dealing with is more on top of their game.