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Tania Hennessy’s life is literally enveloped in cats. As a foster parent for Vancouver Orphan Kitten Rescue Association (VOKRA), her apartment is frequently home to a clowder of kitties. And as a member of the thriving the Vancouver art scene, … Continue reading
To Catch a Cat: How Three Stray Kittens Rescued Me is a memoir written by former journalist Heather Green about a time in her life when she was a single – albeit with a boyfriend – career woman living and working … Continue reading
As some of you know I have two cats – Petie and Kip – and a rotating foster. Truth be told, my foster has been more static than rotating of late. Little Haddie girl has been with me for quite … Continue reading
Normally I don’t write diary-like of-the-moment entries but tonight I couldn’t help myself. I hope you will indulge me. Not so long-ago in a failed attempt to meet single men, I took a wine-tasting course (refer to “Felines and Valentines”). … Continue reading
Today’s post written by my friend Joyce, an art director and holistic health coach in NYC. It’s not difficult to see how the economy has affected the amount of abandoned kitties out there in need of a home. It became … Continue reading
Doctor Wagner rips the top page from her prescription pad and hands it to me. “Petie Arslanian” it says scrawled with blue ink in cursive along the top. I stare at it with a total lack of recognition, disoriented … Continue reading