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Clive Kitten with PRAA

January 31, 2011 Leave a comment

Clive is a 4 month old rescued kitten, and he has a condition that is rare in cats called Persistent Right Aortic Arch (PRAA). It is a congenital vascular abnormality, and is most often found in dogs but has also been found in other mammals…llama, horses, cows, wild cats…and humans.

Clive is the foster kitty of one of my human’s good friends. Check out Clive’s blog…

Clive Kitten’s Surgery

Clive and his 2 brothers were rescued after their mom cat was killed by a car. Clive’s 2 brothers have already been adopted…together! If Clive has this surgery he has the chance to live a long life and be happy like his brothers!

If you can make a contribution to help Clive that would be very pawsome! Even if you can’t make a contribution of  money you can “follow” his blog and “like” him on facebook, and “tweet” him on twitter and that would be pawsome too! Oh, and leave a comment for Clive and his mom, with your good wishes and pawsitive purrs!

Many purrs and meows!

♥ ♥ ♥

A Word about My Associates

September 12, 2009 Leave a comment
 Proper etiquette requires me to mention my closest associates… 

KyleFirst, there’s Kyle, a rather “largish” tuxedo cat. Kyle & his brother, Sweet Pea (rip), were the first feline residents here. In fact, they were born on the sofa. Kyle is 7;

Toby

Then there’s Toby who is a big linx point with blue eyes. He’s 4. Toby came from a high kill shelter when he was about 6 months old. Toby is currently on Prozac because he had spraying issues. 

OdieOdie is all black and shiney with bright amber eyes. He is our youngest feline associate. Odie is a fraidy cat, but loves our human and all other cats. Odie is 2, and he has urinary tract problems when he gets too stressed out.

JellyBeanJellybean is our oldest associate; she’s 10. She’s was found under the neighbor’s truck. She was skinny & fell over when she tried to walk. Our human threw away the drugs prescribed by the vet because they weren’t helping, then nursed her back to health with several holistic concoctions and homemade organic food. That was 4 years ago. Jelly is the only one of us that Tweets on Twitter, and she is currently on a diet to lose some weight.

Little KittyLittle Kitty (uh, very original) is blue & white and really does not like to associate with the rest of us cats, but she loves our human. She was abandoned by the neighbors behind us when they moved, and was very skinny & pissed off (& rightly so) when Deb discovered she’d been left. Little Kitty lives outside and never leaves our yard. Little Kitty is 7 or 8 now.

We have 2 human servants, Deb & Bill (more about them later).

We have a good life in a big house with lots of food.

Purrs to all…

September 12, 2009 Leave a comment

sleeping violet

 

I’m new here and I’m a cat so I’m still working on getting my blog started. This is hard work. I better sleep on it for awhile. Thank you for your patience. Purrs.