Here’s looking at you kid…

Here’s looking at you kid…

When I first met Bogart up at Rescue Village, he was isolated from the other cats living in the hallway where the laundry was kept. The hallway was in between two of the cat rooms and so Bogart could watch the other cats – which was good and bad. Good because he had exposure to role models and fellow felines, and bad because he did not understand why he couldn’t be with them. He would stick his paw through the…

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Remembering Kramer

Remembering Kramer

After giving so much joy and love to so many people, our feline friend Kramer crossed over the Rainbow Bridge on May 9th. Bob and I first met Kramer up at Rescue Village at Best Friends Animal Sanctuary. For those of you who don’t know, Rescue Village consisted of four yurts and several RVs and was home to the cats of the Great Kitty rescue when they first arrived from Pahrump. Kramer was always one of the more social cats…

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Houdini’s Feline Friend Pablo

Houdini’s Feline Friend Pablo

When I first met the handsome Tuxedo cat Pablo up at Rescue Village in February 2008, he was totally unapproachable. He was scared and angry and would lash out if you came near. There was a group of FIV positive cats – the tough boys we called them – that hung close together. Strong in their united front, they protected the very sweet and social Snow who sat calmly in the middle of the group. His one blue eye looking…

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In love with Houdini Harrison

In love with Houdini Harrison

I was in love with Houdini Harrison and he was on my list of cats that I wanted to bring home (you know the one). Many of us have been there –we are in love with a cat, but we can’t take them home. In some cases it is because we live in too small of a space, in others we have the maximum number of cats that we can handle, sometimes it is a matter of timing and circumstances….

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Thinking About Kaiser

Thinking About Kaiser

The moment I met Kaiser, he leaped into my heart. Not only was he a handsome boy, he had a gentle and loving spirit that spoke softly to anyone who stopped to give him the pets he so loved. I couldn’t adopt Kaiser at the time and I was over joyed when I heard that Great Kitty Rescue volunteer extraordinaire Gilla Gidlow had adopted him. With a name change to Billy, Kaiser joined his feline sister Phoebe and canine brother…

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