You are having a perfectly normal day. Nothing out of the ordinary. And then
suddenly, there's a fresh kitten in your life.
At least, that's how it happens here in the Lilypad.
I came home from work on Wednesday for a brief respite before heading to an evening meeting, and the Chick was grouchy. Not that unusual, right? If you read her blog, you know that A Grouchy Chick is not a foreign concept here at the Lilypad. I kept asking her what was up, and I kept not being satisfied with the response.
Finally, she said, "I did something bad."
Well, who knows what that means! So, I prodded a bit, and finally got the answer I was looking for.
"I looked at the Orphan Angels website and I found a kitten who I think needs to live here," she said quickly.
Today, we are one cat richer.
Tuppy is our new addition. He was found by a Metal Factory here in town and taken to Orphan Angels, which is the no kill shelter that also brought us Toby and Daisy. If you live locally, here in Erie, you may know where Orphan Angels is located (8th and Pittsburgh Avenue). At least, that's where they are now.
What you may not know is that they have to move to a new location and they need to find a new one.
Anyone out there know of a place where about 80 cats and 2 giant bunnies could move into? If you do, please let us know!!
While you think about that question, watch this very short (and rather dark because he is still living mostly behind the chair) video of Tuppy (who is named after the Jeeves and Wooster character of the same name. Tuppy's full name is Hildebrand "Tuppy" Glossup.).
Introducing TUPPY! from marcy hall on Vimeo.
HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND!! Or, try to. I know, without a Rabbit Movie, one never knows how the weekend will turn out.