Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Merry Christmas!


Truman is really in the Christmas spirit!  He wanted me to pass along a message from him and the rest of the kitties at StreetCats.  As I was hard at work translating and taking down every word he said, he soon interrupted me saying that I was too slowHe then said that we had better make it short and sweet.  

" Merry Christmas, everybody!"

From Truman, Vanna, Gentleman Jack, Cammie, Smokey, Momo, Rainy Day, Tiki, and human bloggers Rita Woodall, and Vickie Sanborn.

P. S. He said that we could add our names (Rita and Vickie) since we were such good helpers.  He also said that we apologize to any kitties we failed to mention here.

Monday, December 22, 2014

Have a Holly Jolly!

I, Vanna, could not let this most wonderful time of the year go by without sending you Seasons Greetings!  So here you go . . . HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!!  I hope everyone heard that!  I meowed it as loud as I could!

Now I want to tell you that the holidays at StreetCats of Tulsa have been very special.  So special, in fact, that I'm reconsidering firing all my humans.  I think they must have figured out that I was displeased with them because we have had a Christmas tree, and cookies and stockings and tinsel and, most important of all, ADOPTIONS!  Now, of course, I do take some credit for the adoptions of AJ, Sweet Boy, Reba, Gentleman Jack, Sammie, Dot . . . there have been so many I've forgotten who else! Why would I take credit?  Well, as I told you in my last blog entry I recused myself from the adoption competitions.  That means that when someone came in wanting a kitty, I hid.  If I hadn't, all the people who took the cats I mentioned would have wanted me.  And I can tell you that each and everyone of those kitties thanked me as they went out the door.  At first I did that because I knew that StreetCats needed me to stay around and get things under control after that awful remodel.  But then . . . well, tis the season, it's more blessed to give than to receive, etc., etc., blah, blah, blah!

Now I want to show you pictures of how much fun we have here during the holidays.  The kitty I will show you is Cammie and I have picked pictures taken by my own personal photographer, Vickie Sanborn.  She wanted to take pictures of only me, of course, but I convinced her to give someone else the limelight.  And well, Cammie, she was more than willing to take it!  I was only going to show you one picture, but there was just no way to pick just one.  But in these pictures you can see her stocking, her toys that were in her stocking, her tinsel and just how much fun we have here at StreetCats!  Here you go!

Well, I think you can tell how much fun Cammie is having!  She loves her stocking!  I bet Cammie is the very next kitty at StreetCats to be adopted because she is a very sweet, cuddly girl!

Okay, just two more things to tell you before I go dig into MY stocking.  First, just because we've had a lot of kitties adopted doesn't mean we don't have more.  So if you are looking for someone to keep you warm this winter don't hesitate to come see us!  Our kitties are the best cared for, most spoiled kitties in town!

And second, let's be careful during theses holidays.  If you are burning Christmas candles, you might want to put your kitty in another room.  Some cats don't seem to notice where their tails are going!  And ditto if it's a menorah you have . . . at least if it's got real candles.  Hey, if you have battery operated candles you don't have to worry!  I'm so smart!


Friday, December 12, 2014

Feline Friday - Cammie!

Cammie is a cutie!  Playful and happy describes her pretty well!


She is a beautiful all black short haired kitty who is almost a year and a half old.  She is friendly and affectionate and always wants to be a part of the action.

In her foster home she lived with other cats and dogs and probably will do well in a new home that has other friendly animals.  She likes laps, and purrs a lot!  Toys are a must with her, as she loves to play.  Water from a faucet fascinates her!  She may have ideas of drinking it or simply playing with it.

Cammie is very healthy!  She has had the V.I.P. (Very Important Pet) treatment with a local veterinarian and has passed with flying colors.  She came to us having already had her front paws declawed.  She has also been microchipped!  The new owners contact information will be put on it when she is adopted.  Also, when adopted, she will have her first year’s registration paid for by StreetCats!

If you are interested in meeting Cammie, feel free to come by StreetCats at 6520 E. 60th St, in Tulsa, 10:30 - 5:00 Tuesday though Saturday, or call our message line, 918-298-0104 with any questions that you may have.  We would love to show you around and introduce you to Cammie and I’m sure that she would love to meet you, too!