Wednesday, May 7, 2008

Crooked Kitty, New Kitty, and General Update

Let's just pretend that I update so late in the evening so that wonderful people can read the new posts first thing in the morning. :)

First off, The Raffle still has a few days!! ('Til Sunday evening, in fact.) Tickets = $1, $10 gets you 11 tickets, $20 gets you 25!! Buy now! Seriously, there are some awesome prizes on this list. BOSTON LOCALS, no one has yet bought tickets for the Boston-only prizes.

Next, I spoke with the office management again today, to remind them about this weekend's trapping, and to ask that if traps are set out early (and left open, unset, but with food in) that maintenance won't touch them. Wonderfully, the staff now seems pleased with my project. In fact, the person I spoke with today wanted to see this site, and offered to put a post about it in June's complex newsletter. Hurrah! I'm just glad that I'm not thought of as "That annoying girl here about the cats. Again."

I was out and about a number of times today, and got some new pictures. They are, as always, up on the Flickr Set. I saw more cats than I could get photos of, however. One of those that I could only get a mediocre picture of was a cat I'd only seen here once before, a black cat with white socks and a white chin and chest. I also got a whole bunch of pictures of the Crooked Kitty. His ears are not even matched and his face looks a bit squishy. (Honestly, I think he's beautiful.) As far as I can tell, though, he acts perfectly normally. He climbs stairs, runs, was playing with Little Orange. They're often seen together, actually, and my guess is that neither is full grown and that they're from the same litter. Just a guess, though.

Aaaand, that's all the news for now. Remember to spread the word about The Raffle for the rest of the week!!

4 comments:

Emily said...

Is Crooked Kitty sponsored yet? If not, I want him/her. :) I don't have a name yet.

Project Cat said...

Nope, Crooked-Kitty is unsponsored ('til now!) :D

Abigail said...

to ask that if traps are set out early (and left open, unset, but with food in) that maintenance won't touch them.

The traps aren't going to be unattended, are they?

Project Cat said...

@abigail:
Nope.