“Recently, Miao Xing Ren(creature from a planet called Meow star, which is a popular loving name for cats in China nowadays, here it denotes Snoopy of course) becomes immensely interested in human food on the tables.”
pic2:”medicine drunk by (human)Mommy b/c she’s sick!”
pic3:”feeling wronged~~ I was just trying for you if they are poisoned~~~”
(crude translation of the corresponding microblog)
Alice, an adorable amigurumi cat
You can buy it here: www.etsy.com/listing/112532233/alice-an-adorable-amigurumi-cat-crochet
(Throwing this out there again so maybe a fresh post will help)
SIGNAL BOOST TIME
Long story short, about three months ago we were alerted by our landlord about a cat wandering around our apartment complex. We offered to pick it up for our landlord so she wouldn’t get run over, but because we already have two cats and a dog already, we decided we wouldn’t keep her long term. A friend out of state offered to take her once he could afford to get her home.
Our friend is now having apartment troubles and doesn’t know when they’ll be fixed. So after talking to him, we’ve decided that it’s a better option to try and find her a home here in Columbus. We already have other animals to take care of, and keeping her healthy and fed has been a bit of a drain on our admittedly strained wallets.
Mommy, as we’ve been calling her, is FREE TO A GOOD HOME!
If you are in the Columbus, Ohio area and want a cat or know someone who does, PLEASE send me (goddessofcheese), or my roommates (stealyourshiny or reanimatrix) a message. We’re willing to work with people who are out of town or even out of state!
She’s a quiet cat who doesn’t bother people much. While not super snuggly, she loves to stand by you and rub against your hand or get scratches on the head, and maybe talk to you for a while. She’s not spayed yet, but otherwise she is in great health and is ready to go.
If we could hold her until our friend got stuff sorted out, we would. But between his apartment having troubles and us being absolutely dirt poor, we don’t have much of a choice. We’ve turned to every cat shelter in the city, and have found them all full. Our only other option right now is to turn her out on the street or hold her until she finds a home, and the latter is really starting to pile up on costs. :\
Reblogs are super appreciated, thanks for any help!