Thursday, December 12, 2013

Truth in Signage

But if it's not art, what is it?


  1. We found her, just by chance in the end, because there was no chemistry with anyone at our first stop, but after a shopping stop, I thought that the pet store in that complex now had strays from a rescue organization, and when we checked, there she was - I knew her immediately, and she is perfect. A three year old tortoiseshell, just spayed by the organization, she purrs and snuggles and is right at home, in only 16 hours with us. We love her and I know I won't even mind the scooping. The cat-sized hole in my heart has been filled in. We named her Quinn.

    1. Oh, you've made my day and it was not a good one at all until now! Congratulations to you all! I love her name, so elegant and distinctive. (We often struggle with names.) It's wonderful when you recognize your new cat immediately. I found my "soul cat" Bunnelina at the MSPCA when she was curled up sleeping in her cage so I couldn't see her face. Seeing her face confirmed it but my hands were already removing her little "Adopt Me" paper so no one else could get her. I wish you much health and happiness together! Thanks so much for letting me know!

  2. 1st: love the NOT ART sign. Isn't that kind of an oxymoron in the eye of the beholder?

    2nd: Congratulations to the torti, Quinn, for finding her forever human. I don't even know you but it makes my heart light just knowing another human animal bond has been forged. I wish you many years of love, snuggles and happiness with each other. I am smiling for you both.

  3. I agree!! Always happy to hear that a kitty has a good home :)


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