beled_el_djinn: (Onoz)
So I decided not to go to Madrigal all last minute style and it was a good thing I didn't. Friday night, my little kitty decided that she wanted her name changed to Pukachu and vomited almost every hour from midnight till about 6am. Needless to say, both of us didn't get much sleep. A trip to the vet later that morning determined that aside from having dehydrated herself, she was in pretty good health, and that she had something resembling the kitty flu. I spent the rest of the weekend, petting her and cleaning puke stains that desperately wanted to become set in my carpets. She seems like she's on the mend now and is eating more and meowing at me more, so yay!
beled_el_djinn: (Content)
This weekend, a homeless kitty came to me for some help. Last night my Love and I may have found him a loving home. Only time will tell, but it looks like our neighbor, who's former cat looks exactly like this one, is falling in love with our homeless friend. Given how loving and caring Mr. Kitty is, I'm sure the feeling is mutual.

Yay!

What makes me feel particularly nice about all of this is that our neighbors all stepped up and were doing all they could to help with the cat. It is good to know that the world isn't always a cruel and callous place.
beled_el_djinn: (wtf?)
There are times when having a cat with digestive problems isn't all that bad. Based on the smell emanating from the litter dome, this would not be one of those times. The poor thing. I wish there was something more for her that we could do apart from her already rigid diet.
beled_el_djinn: (meow)
Tonight marks the last evening we'll be a single cat home since tomorrow we go and rescue the sis'-in-law's cat from certain death. Although I'm still holding out hope that someone will want to adopt the kitty, I suspect that unless Swain freaks out and tries to kill her, we'll be a two feline home from now on.
It will be interesting to see how Swain handles the presence of another cat. In previous living arrangements, she has always been sort of neurotic and very skittish, but in our house she has blossomed into a fairly social creature. Hopefully, all will go well.
beled_el_djinn: (meow)
Taken from my love's journal here, I pass along this plea for help.

PLEASE READ AND PASS INFORMATION ALONG AS YOU SEE FIT.

Anyone who is reading this, please let me know if you or someone you know would be interested in adopting a cat. Not just any cat! A beautiful calico who is affectionate and well-socialized and extremely lonely at the moment.

The cat currently belongs to my brother and my sister-in-law, and they're getting rid of her because they just don't have the time to devote to her now that they have an infant. Please, if you know anyone who's looking to adopt a wonderful cat, let me know as soon as possible. I'm attempting to find her a good home before my sister-in-law does anything drastic. She's already confined the poor kitty to the bathroom for the past few weeks.

Questions, anything I've forgotten to detail - please ask here.

Please help. Thank you.
beled_el_djinn: (Default)
10:00 pm, the panther closed her eyes for the last time.

goodbye Sheba, we'll miss you.
beled_el_djinn: (Rocks Fall)
Received some bad news last night. My mom's cat, Sheba, is dying. I guess we didn't catch the cancer in time or they missed some when they removed her leg. I don't know and really it doesn't matter what the cause is - all I know is that one of my girls is dying and there isn't anything we can do about it other than make her last days comfortable.

My thoughts about Sheba are all jumbled right now. I may attempt another post about her later, but I thought that those of you who have met her should know that she is dying. If you can spare the prayers for her, please just ask for an easing of her suffering.

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