Luddites are so precious.
Luddites are so precious.
West Suburbs - Chicago, IL
We already have a cat, and just can't handle two.
This little one was crying outside our apartment building in Oak Park all day on Tuesday, we brought her in because it was getting cold.
Based on her size and her kitten-like meows, we estimate she's a year old or less. She took to dry food and a makeshift litter box immediately. She's pretty well-behaved, she hasn't dug into our plants, hasn't made any messes on our floor, hasn't tried to tear anything up. She definitely likes people, follows us around like a puppy, and is definitely a cuddler. She's pretty mellow for a young cat.
While she's great with people, walks right up and wants you to pet her, will let you pick her up without any protest, she doesn't like our cat. They've been avoiding each other with some growling and hissing when they do cross paths. So if you already have a cat or dog, getting them situated will probably take some time.
We won't be able to keep her for more than a few more days, we're hoping someone out there has room in their home for this little sweetheart.
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Fritzi has never been around other animals, never seen any besides TV or what she can see from our 3rd story windows. So, she's cautious but curious, not territorial.
GK is hissing and growling. Fritzi pretty much didn't eat until we put her food & stuff in the bedroom late last night. Poor girl.
GK is going somewhere else. But at least we have an idea how Fritzi could react when we get a dog.
My cat is the more dominant of our two pets. He was here first. I reinforce that by feeding him before the dog and making the dog wait until I am ready to feed him.
The hives have not returned, so hooray!
We'll see if I can make it through the day whilst being loopy.
(Loopier than usual)
Hey we found this little one Roaming around near South Boulevard & Humphrey. If she's yours, let me know.
So, we brought her in. She's friendly, sweet, a tiny bit skittish, but crawled into my lap and fell asleep while I was looking at "lost cat" postings this morning.
Hopefully we'll find her family or get her a new one.
I have a less common take on social networking. I'm not interested in becoming famous for my Google+ posts, nor do I care to spread my "influence" far and wide.
Reasons I won't be circling you back:
-You have no posts visible to me or no posts and no pictures. How am I to get a sense of who you are and what you're about if you don't have any posts?
-You've got hundreds or thousands of people circled. I value quality over quantity. I sincerely doubt you have the time to keep up with posts from hundreds/thousands of people, which means it's also unlikely that you will have the time to get to know me in any significant way. There's nothing wrong with circling hundreds of people, that's just not how I network.
-You haven't posted anything I can see in several weeks/months.