[ADOPT ME] Meet Werewolf! Werewolf is Sean Casey Animal Rescue's 3-year old Domestic Short hair kitty that is ready for his forever home. Not only is Werewolf very handsome, he is also a total sweetheart! 😍😍 If interested in meeting, fostering, or adopting Werewolf, please visit @nyanimalrescue:
Sean Casey Animal Rescue
153 East 3rd Street Brooklyn, NY 11218
Open daily from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m
I am a good negotiator. Mom and I had a serious discussion on where to eat after our park visit. I listened intently as she suggested lunch options, but I was in the mood for brunch. Guess who ate some eggs that day?! 🍳
“I just want to say, that this was the best Dundies, ever! WHOOOOOOOOO!!!”
Oh my pawsh. The best birthday present came yesterday (that’s what she said)! My good frens Apollo and Cosmo (@astro_bengal) sent me my own Dundie! They’re simply amazing. I’m so lucky to have such good frens like them! I am so excited to continue to watch them grow and explore the world. Thank mew so much.
I hope everypawdy has a great #whiskerwednesday
This little Schmutzinator. I can’t even tell you how much I love her and no I’m not keeping her but my goodness she is just beyond precious. Just got back from the vet and he’s the best. I love going to a vet that doesn’t make a big deal out of things and doesn’t run every test for no reason and nickel and dime you. This was his actual conversation he had with me:
Vet: Oh boy. Look at her. Corneal ulcer as you already know and it looks like it’s healing. Not inflamed. What drops are you using?
Me: Tobramycin. And I initially thought she could’ve had CH, but it seems like she’s improving and I know CH isn’t progressive. It’s something neurological.
Vet: Yes, seems like something neurological but you’re never going to find out what it is and does it even matter? She’s eating and drinking and using the litter box. She’s good, you’re doing good. She’ll be fine. Continue the drops, and she will continue to improve.