Here is a video about new friends Scarlette and Doc.
Love is everything and we are so pleased to share this story with you. On Christmas Eve Matthew and Simone Tipton from Trabuco Canyon, California drove over two hours to the San Jacinto Animal Campus to adopt a kitten who recently lost one of her legs to be the companion for their two-year-old daughter. Two year old Scarlette Tipton was born with a cancer so rare that it’s being called a one-of-a-kind cancer because she is only documented person to have it. The cancer caused her arm to swell which led to her left arm being amputated when she was just 10 months old.
The kitten was found on the street with a dangling arm by passerby, Edith Rio and her daughter-in-law Kelley Gonzalez. It is believed that the cat’s arm was caught in the fan belt of a car after the kitten slept there for warmth. The kitten was rushed for veterinary care and ended up at the San Jacinto Animal Campus for surgery.
Scarlette named her new three-legged kitten friend Doc after Doc McStuffins, a Disney character who cares for stuffed toys and animals in a clinic set up in her back garden called Doc McStuffins Toy Hospital. When the two met at the shelter Doc and Scarlette bonded immediately. And more good news – Scarlette is cancer free.
How can you not love a man who has musical talent AND loves cats! You are going to purr and rejoice over the treasure of a human being that we recently found.
Dwayne Molock (known to fans as Moshow) moved to Porlandia, Oregon (that’s not a typo, it’s a nod to that popular and quirky TV show) so he could be a rapper, with his own bohemian spin. His favorite subject to rap about? CATS! Yes, cats. He loves cats and he loves women who love cats!
And saving the best song and video for last, here’s his newest, Cats In Portland. How can you not love Moshow, and how can you not love and feel inspired by Portland’s motto: “Keep Portland Weird.” Yeah! – iAmMoshow – Cats In Portland (Official Video)
As a change to the advertising in London tube stations, a group paid to remove it from one station and replace it with great cat photos! These photos are charming everyone who goes through the Clapham Common station! Who wouldn’t want to use public transit if all stations were so cleverly adorned with darling photos rather than annoying ads! The cats will up for two weeks. Next up, dogs.
It took this rambunctious cat five homes to find just the right person to love and appreciate her wild antics! Clearly those other five homes were not Cat Faeries customers because our customers would love a cat like this!