Friday, April 13, 2018

The Verifiable Truth About Black Cats and Friday the 13th

It's Friday the 13th, and you know what that means:

If you see a black cat, stay out of its way. They're unlucky, and, let's face it, downright dangerous.

A vampire cat that is definitely considering sucking the life out of you.

You can see the malice in their eyes, and can pretty much guarantee they're plotting something.

What's Jack thinking? Impossible to know for sure, but it's a sure bet there's ill intent behind those eyes.
Black cats have long been associated with witches and sorcery, and it's not hard to see why.
If this face doesn't scream "evil witch in disguise," we don't know what does.
 Not to mention the fact that black cats are very, very good at black magic.

 This ribbon is going down - with the help of the dark arts.

You may be tempted to think that only black adult cats are the problem, but believe us when we say that they start 'em young. Even black kittens can't be trusted.
 
The face of pure, unadulterated evil.
Case in point:
Hide your children's eyes - the horror is almost too much to bear.
 All we're saying is, if you happen to see a black cat today, keep your wits about you.
A housepanther who is definitely considering eating you and not thinking about taking a nap. 
In all seriousness, there's nothing unlucky about black cats, and myths about the colors of animals are just silly. We have some pretty awesome black kitties who care less about witchcraft and more about snuggling with people.
 I even love snuggling the tiny humans.
If you're into bucking stereotypes and ridiculous myths, come by and visit us. Today's a perfect day to adopt a black cat and show them haters the truth about housepanthers. 

Friday, April 6, 2018

A Pajama Party and a "Please"

We need to talk about this "big dogs in pajamas thing."

These things are pretty comfy.
 
 Last week, we dressed up a couple of our biggest, snuggliest pooches in pajamas and hosted a two-day pajama party. And you all ate it up. You loved it, and we loved you for it.

If we could, we would look at you this adoringly.

"Our work here is done," we thought. "They're all going to find homes this weekend." But here's the problem. Some of the "pajama party" dogs are still looking for homes.

 Are you serious?

Yep, we're serious. Dogs like Jojo, the snuggliest cuddle monster in all the land, are still hanging around waiting for their peeps. Luckily, Jojo has a good attitude about it.

 Smiling is my favorite.

And she was sure happy about her time in the spotlight.

PJs. Belly rubs. My dreams have come true.
 
Jojo needs a home. She loves everyone - men, women, kids, grandparents. Except dogs. She'd prefer to go home without dogs (they're scary, and people are way cooler). Jojo is everyone's favorite here because no one can resist the famous Jojo smile or her world-class cuddles.
 
Come on, you want to rub that belly. Do it. Rub the belly.

Listen to them, please.

Or Luna Loo and Baby Boo, who give us serious twin envy. 

You know you want to squish these faces. 

Okay, so they're not technically twins. But who wouldn't want to hang with their bestie in matching pajamas? It's like a Mary-Kate and Ashley movie without the sing-alongs. They're two peas in a pod who are in serious competition with Jojo for "best snuggler."

 I'll take a cuddle or two, if ya don't mind.

The point is, our big dogs are adorable. And photogenic. And incredibly patient with our silly attempts to get them noticed. They're game to have a slumber party with you, and hoping you'll notice how adorably squishy their bodies look in their favorite pajamas. 

Obsessed with dogs who are obsessed with pajamas? Make it a full circle. If you can't adopt, tag a friend who needs a friend. Or sign up to foster. There are tons of ways you can help us make this pajama party a forever kinda thing.