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Sunday, January 13, 2013

Found: Male Striped Cat

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Yesterday this little boy showed up in my yard and I'm pretty sure he's somebody's lost pet. I was hoping you could make a post on Frozen Tropics for him like you have with other pets.

The cat was found yesterday (1/12) around 9th and K. He's a young un-neutered male who's VERY sweet and friendly. I filed a found report with the Washington Humane Society so if he belongs to someone they can contact the Humane Society for more information.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

He looks delicious.

poo poo said...

just add garlic!

pat said...

given the overload at DC Humane Society, try calling Atlas Vet and seeing if they will scan a chip in him.

now if he's friendly, a Love Cat is a very valuable animal.

Anonymous said...

Well, Hello Kitty!

I don't believe I have spotted this fine feline fella during my lengthy evening walks with my little Yorkie companion.

I want to take this moment to remind all pet owners out there to keep an eye on their four legged friends when they are opening the front door. Why, only this morning, as I turned to admire my recently purchased yellow striped chaise as I was walking out the door, I let my attention slip and my baby boy almost slipped through the door! Tragedy was just barely averted as I stepped on his leash with my Jimmy Choo's and kept him from tearing down the street!

Oh, and I hope this cat finds his owners. I do so hate to think of him lost and without a home.


The hostess tried to seat us near the kitchen, but a seat at the sushi bar was my hearts desire. I quickly let her know and she accommodated. It may have been because of my smile or because I'm friends with Mr. Hakari. You see, he is my neighbor from the next block over. We often run into each other while he is out walking his Daschund mix, and me my Yorkie.

I started off with the Miso Soup. For those of you who don't know, this is the chicken noodle soup of the Japaense culture. I found it lacking in seaweed. The sashimi was delish and the rolls were ho-hum.

After all the work of the hair and make-up that evening I was entitled to some desert. We sampled the bean ice creams. Scrump!

Id rate this a 3.5 out of 5.

-shelly

curmudgeon said...

Looks like "shelly" had an issue with her cut and paste.

Annoyingmous said...

I saw this post and, again, thought 'I bet the first or second post is some anonymous douchebag posting "he looks delicious."' What a surprise.

pat said...

does he need a foster family?

Anonymous said...

i can foster him until his family is found.

heyktb said...

oops, did not mean to make that last post an anonymous one. i'm ktb. lemme know if he needs a foster home. we're responsible. experienced pet owners. also, i agree with 8:40...why is there always some douche that feels the need to make that tastey post. what an ass.

Shelly said...

I did not write that post above. Although someone is trying to rip off my unique review style.

-shelly

Anonymous said...

Mmm. He looks tasty. I'd probably marinate and do a slow roast.

kim said...

stop making fun of my culture. we eat cats. so what? europeans eat horses. all of you need to get out of your eggshells!

Anonymous said...

Oh. I'm quite serious. I eat the pets I find in the neighborhood. Next time you smell BBQ in the neighborhood....it might be a pet.

proto-vegan said...

finders keepers! just make sure you only knock them out to unconsciouness. dead meat is disgusting. and not fresh at all. it attracts bacteria.

pat said...

ichecked the DC humane society, it looks like he's been adopted or his people found him