Wednesday, December 16, 2009

A Chance 4 Cats- Shawn Connery 1 yrs by 9cats4life

Available for adoption- Shawn Connery is a 11+ year old, neutered male
He has had complete blood work (good!) a full teeth cleaning, current vaccinations and microchip. He has been FeLv/FIV tested negative. He is an indoor only cat.
He would be a lovely cat to anyone who can pay him a little attention. Shawn gets along well with everyone, What he really needs is a person to love him. I want them each to know the joy of a special person or family to love them.
See more at

Plastic battle Kitty 9 yrs old by mlila2006

My little 9 year old applehead siamese in action. He loves to hide underneath a bag and attack stuff.. He has a bag addiction. God only knows how this cat can find bags in the house.
His name is Petey

My cute old cat, by UltimateLPs

Saturday, December 5, 2009

Senior Animals Make Great Pets! by marinhumane

Senior animals make wonderful pets. They are less roudy then their younger counter parts, they are less destructive and have a beautiful frosted face! At the Marin Humane Society all our senior pets receive a full medical and behavior evaluation. Cats and dogs, 8 years of age or older, make wonderful companions. Come by the Marin Humane Society and see if one of our senior pets is right for your family. Hours Tuesday through Sunday: 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Closed on Mondays. For more information, call (415) 883-4621.

Friday, November 27, 2009

Anipal Spotlight - Buzz Lucas - Survives attack!

Here's a fine looking cat by the name of Buzz Lucas. Anipals of Twitter recently did this gripping story of his close brush with death against coyotes. Great photos too.

@buzzlucas is a great Twitter friend of my cat @tinypearlcat

Monday, November 16, 2009

Pineapple & Ash the Cats By peninsulaspca

Hello, we are Ash and Pineapple. We are a bonded pair of 9 year old altered cats (Pineapple is male and Ash is female) who would like to go to a new home together. We are probably brother and sister as we are both slim with beautiful large eyes. Ash is outgoing, curious and quite friendly. Pineapple is a bit more shy and cautious, but once comfortable, he is very sweet. We are both calm and in good health. If you are looking for a nice pair of calm, pretty cats, come meet us and ask for ID A461185 (Ash) and A461183 (Pineapple)

Friday, November 6, 2009

15 year old kitties Marblcake and Jemna by @MarblcakeJemna

My Twitter friend @MarblcakeJemna's cats. She adopled them and now they are both 15 and looking fantastic.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Me-wow! Texas woman says cat is 30 years old

By More from

When Alisa Morris adopted a kitten that she named Caterack in the summer of 1979, she had no idea that the 5-week-old ball of fluff who was blind in her left eye would still be staring back at her some 30 years later.

"Feral cats were born around my mother's house, and there was one she begged me to take from her," says Morris, an abstract artist. "She said 'there is something special about this one.' "

She wasn't kidding. The indoor cat, who Morris says is now 30 years old, lives a simple life with her owner and her husband, Jim Wesbrooks, in a three-bedroom house in Midlothian, Texas. Though she can't hear very well and only has vision in her right eye, Caterack is still mobile, though sometimes shaky on her feet, and enjoys life to the fullest — and likely could be among the oldest housecats in the world.

"I exercise in the house and she comes in ... If I put the stereo on loud enough, she reacts," says Morris. "She'll let me do lifts with her and I don't go around in circles because I don't want to make her nauseated. But she gets right in the middle of it."

Unlike most cats, Caterack enjoys confrontations with the vacuum. "When I've got the vacuum cleaner running, she comes to that. She does like it because she can hear it," she says.

Morris, who "celebrates and thanks God every day Caterack is here," takes special care to make sure her senior pet is comfortable in her old age. "She let's me hold her and brush her. I brush her every day and I watch TV and I hold her," she says, adding that the cat loves to lay on jeans. "She'll let you do anything to her."

What's the secret to the cat's longevity? Nothing special that Morris can think of. The cat has dined on Purina Cat Chow most of her life, until recently when Morris switched her to wet food because she was having trouble chewing. "I've had to go to the little package stuff that's wet," she says. "That's the only thing that she can get down."

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Killer Loves to Be Filmed! By jacobleehodgson

My mother had this cat "Killer" since 1999 and when she passed away, I inherited him. He must be 70 years old, and he's still kicking. I love this cat to death, but he's got some mean claws.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Cuepea 16.5 yrs by hedonistic2008

Inspite of having bowls of water outside, she prefers to come into our bathroom for a drink. Here, she has just finished drinking. Cuepea has lost alot of weight due to her age. She's 16.5 years old now.

Friday, July 24, 2009

Out To Pasture Rescue of Pets and Animals

A nice Squidoo lens on Out To Pasture Farm & Rescue, Inc. is a family-run non-profit animal rescue / rehabilitation organization that cares for animals in need. On the lens is some videos and stories about some of the animals.

16 year old cat gets catnip by lablover94

This is Lucky, my 16-year-old tuxedo/Turkish Angora cat. He REALLY REALLY REALLY loves his catnip. He doesn't go insane and run all over the place, but my Maine Coon always did (R.I.P Merlin). I also have a Siamese, Bobo, who hides under the bed all day and comes out at night.

Anyway if you pay attention, you will notice that near the end of the video, Lucky actually LICKS the camera.

Sunday, July 19, 2009

In Memory of my beloved Cat Charlie by Penolva

Charlie died after a long battle against illness which we fought together. He was the most beautiful, perfect and loving cat ever and I loved him very much. He was my little friend and went everywhere with me. I miss him so much that it hurts. The Song is Eva Cassidy 'Over the Rainbow'. SADLY I HAVE HAD TO CHANGE THE SONG SINCE BECOMING THE TARGET OF A GANG OF YOUNG PEOPLE FROM THE USA WHO ARE DOING ALL THEY CAN TO SPOIL OUR PET TRIBUTE VIDEOS.

A tribute to Teton 14 yrs, by plushicupcake

one of my less cheerful videos. This is a tribute to my old cat Teton, who died at the age of 14. He had a form of cancer that was not Leukemia, but was called that. He also had a bad liver disease, and we found him behind the couch, dead one morning, after my hopes of him living had almost completely crashed.
I make this video in his honor, and in loving memory. I miss him.

Sunday, July 5, 2009

Precious the Cat and Flat Simon 18 yrs By bluecatmarket

Precious the cat loves her Flat Simon. Flat Simon is a stuffed toy Siamese Cat that has been flattened after many "affectionate" interludes with Precious. Precious loves Flat Simon and she can't imagine a day without him. ...and she's about 18 years old, too!

Saturday, July 4, 2009

Homeless Cat care in Prescott AZ

This nice person just commented on my Pearl cat blog on wordpress, and sent me here.
They take care of stray cats. Besure to check it out. Homeless Cat care

We have been tending to a feral/abandoned cat colony in Prescott Valley, Arizona since early 2007. This blog is for helping that colony and to provide encouragement for
others who help cats in need.

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Charity behavior.. They should be more grateful!

This blog is about shelters as well, so I want to say something about how some charities or shelters treat people.

Sure the people at animal charities, don't necessarily like people, but people are their contributors. Every little bit counts. Things add up including how many people the charity has been rude to.

About 2 years ago I noticed a change bottle in a pet store for a wild bird rescue and some brochures. So I grabbed a brochure just in case and threw in a buck.

Well one day on the way home there was a male peacock trying to get it on with traffic. When I got home I gave the the bird people a call. A lady answered and rudely screamed at me saying that it's not a wild bird and not to bother them.

About 6 months later the charity went out of business.

Now here's the one that really has me wondering.

About 3 months ago a local no-kill cat shelter had put out an ad for needing workers.

We had taken many stray cats there for fixing. I had also volunteered for them at their yearly auction. The past 2 years they went through some management changes and the last auction seemed to be quite a mess. They never even sent me a thank you email.

Anyways, I figured I could use a part time job helping, so I applied. About a week later I get a call to go in and work with them for a few hours as an interview.

It was the most nasty thing I ever did, ever. But I would do it as work if they would take me. As I was leaving one of the gals said she would let me know in a week.

Now I understand that usually employers doing interviews don't necessarily have to get back to you, but still as a charity they should show the courtesy.

After a couple weeks I sent and email with no response.

They had the listing on Craig's list for quite some time. One of our friends said it may even be a scam to get people in to help for free, especially since there are so many people with out jobs.

The shelter is pretty popular, so I would think that quite a few of their regular donors also went in to "interview" for them.

Maybe they just didn't like me, whatever! But if they aren't calling or communicating with other people that went in, I can't imagine those people being to happy either. Plus bad word spreads.

If they are judging people assuming they don't have much money so why should they care, well every little bit adds up.

I may not have lots of money right at this moment, but I had them in my Will to get my cat figure collection if something were to happen to me. My collection loaded with Goebels, Royal Copenhagen, and more. Probably about $3000, and growing.

I just changed that over to another local shelter.

I'm just saying if you are a charity that depends on donations, you better be grateful to your donors.

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Basil and Laundry 15 yrs by basilbeast

Our 15-year old cat, helping out with the laundry. I got him at church as a little kitten. Our priest had seen him on a woodpile out on the parish lawn and after mass we found him hiding in one of the drainpipes. Friends and I lured him out and I took him home where he's been with us ever since.

Kitty cat 18 yrs by aharrison80

Sunday, June 14, 2009

A Peom about an old friend By Alyssa

A best friend is a person who cares,
Someone who you know will always be there.
A person that makes you laugh so hard that you cry,
But comforts you when you want to die.
A person you can talk to about nothing,
And they always know when you are worried about something.
That person that you can tell everything,
And they never push you out of the ring.
Sometimes they leave you out,
Sometimes they scream & shout.
But they always bring you back in,
And apologize with a grin.
They always help you when you fall,
A best friend is the best gift of all.
I have been blessed with a best friend,
And i hope it will never come to an end.

This beautiful poem was written by my lovely friend Alyssa.

Sunday, June 7, 2009

Mannetje in the garden 19 yrs, by Elawter

My nineteen year old Siamese cat Mannetje meandering in the front garden. Nice life!

Isabel inspects 16 yrs elawter

My 16 year-old cat Isabel briefly inspecting the front garden before settling down to sun herself.

Clarisse the Cat 10yrs by peninsulaspca

Vintage cat
Pleased to meet you, my name is Clarisse and I am a pretty tortie with medium length hair. I am 10 years old and already spayed. I am friendly, calm, gentle, and quiet. I need an owner with some pet experience. I am unsure about living with resident pets (I was found as a stray so my past is unknown). Children in the home should be 10 & up. So if you were looking for a medium haired tortie kitty, then Im your gal! Pretty Clarisse, ID A448176.

Sassy Lazing around on a windy day By hedonistic2008

Sunday, May 24, 2009

A very cool old calico cat

I met this cat down at the shelter. She is so cool. Given to a shelter at an old age. What a mean thing to do to your old companion.

Friday, May 22, 2009

Pretty kitty Gwen the Cat By peninsulaspca

Hello my name is Gwen and I am beautiful 7-year-old altered female with Dilute Tortoiseshell coloring. I am curious and will come up to the front of my kennel to greet you if you visit. I really like being petted. Wont you visit and get to know me more? Ask for Gwen, ID A447193.

Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Old Man Chessie Cat

A photo of a very old calendar I have for the C&O railroad. A kitten sleeping is used as a part of their logo. This cat was either the father of the kitten or the kitten after it grew up. The calendar of this "old man Chessie" is more rare than the other paintings of the kitten.
I love that a railroad uses a cat for the logo.

Here's a site on Chessie art

Petunia Cat passed quietly + some poems

Pearl’s mom Petunia passed away this moring. May 11 09. I burried her out next to Batley and Emma. Just a rough year for us, and our pet family.

Friday Petunia quit eating and started to have trouble breathing. Cancer was spreading double time all the sudden. Each day it had grown to take some of her face, probably blocking her air way. If we kept her alive much longer she would have ended up like the orange cat. We took her in to the doc. He gave her a tranquilizer and said it will make it easier for the final stuff, and then he left for a little while. The tranq was all she needed, and she slowing went to sleep with us there. So hard on both of us. The song by Pussycat dolls “hate this part” keeps going thru my head.

This one hurt more, because she was still young. I now understand more about how bad cancer is. It takes a life too soon, while the life still wants to live.

As I cleaned out Petunia’s room, Pearl came in looking all over for her mother. She looked at me and let out a tiny “meep”…

When cats die, they pass through the Purrrrly Gates. Catwoman

I think I know why cats horde yarn balls. It’s so that when they die, they’ll be able to climb back to earth if Heaven’s too dull. D. J. Schow

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

FRANCES 8 yrs by wdokcleveland

Adopt Onyx!

Onyx- Animal Id.#A143760

Meet Onyx at Santa Cruz County Animal Services, 2200 7th Avenue, Santa Cruz, Ca.!

Sixteen year old Onyx recently came to the shelter after his owner died. Although he must be scared and confused by the recent changes in his life, Onyx rewards shelter volunteers with purrs and "muffin making" when held. Onyx is a sweet and loving cat that would be a wonderful addition to most any home looking for a devoted feline friend. Are you the special person that can give this wonderful senior a loving home?

For more information about Onyx, please call 831-454-7303 or visit

Friday, May 1, 2009

Petunia, Stray Cat with Cancer

It's easier to do a video of a pet before they die.

Petunia came with the house. There's space enough under the house for small animals. She had 2 sets of kittens before we could trap her and get her spayed. We kept one kitten, Pearl.

We slowly made friends with Petunia. There was also a big Tom cat we named Captain Balls. We could pet him. When you have strays spayed and neutered they tend to stick around and keep away other stray cats. So there weren't any kittens her for a few years.

This past winter the Seattle area was hit with a 2 or 3 week long super freeze.

Petunia's eye had become worse. She had a small spec or injury to her eye when we first saw her, and it got steadily worse. We were able to catch her and get her to the vet for meds in November. She was so good.

Then in the news was the threat of the big storm. She wouldn't come inside and I was worried. Then on the day before it was to freeze that night, I looked at Petunia and her eye was bleeding. I freaked, called the vet and told them I will bring her in as soon as I catch her. To my surprise I picked her right up, she was so weak.

She stayed at the vet through that weekend till they worked on her the fallowing Monday. Then when they took her eye out, there was a tumor behind it. They sent in a biopsy and it came back as aggressive cancer.

We got her home just before Christmas. She owns the Ebay room now, gets all the food and bleeding she wants and has bird TV out her window.

Sadly her cancer is growing, it can be felt under her chin, behind her ear and it's bulging out now where her eye used to be:(

Thursday, April 30, 2009

Old Orange Cat with Cancer Can't Eat

Since the old tom cat went missing, there has been many more cats comming around. This guy is most recent. Behind his ear is a huge growth, probably cancer, as it seems to be common here on the strays and birds.(I need to move) His mouth is part missing or non functional. I got a good look at him today. He did manage to pick up some food, but it was frustrating for him. I've seen this a few times in old orange cats, but not so bad. We may try to trap him and see if we can get help?..............


Today I went out to put some food in the dish and he was there laying down in the corner. He stumbled off.

Later he came back and tried to eat food. It was so sad, he would put his head down sideways to try and scrape up some food into his half a mouth. He was all wet from his drool and the sore on his head looked even bigger. In frustration he laid back down. Then the flies wouldn’t leave him alone. I got some video, so I could show Jim and we could decide what to do.

When Jim got home he looked into the dog house and the cat was sitting in there crying to us for help. He was no longer scared of us and wanted relief. So sad… I called the nearest vet, got the carrier and I was able to pick him right up.

He smelled like dead flesh, rot on his legs and the huge sore on his head. His lips had been eaten away by the cancer or what ever it was. He looked very old too. Poly-dactyl with 2 extra claws on the front feet like out Pearl, maybe a relative.

The vet was waiting for us and took him away. They were thankful that we cared enough to bring in a stray that was suffering, and they didn’t charge us anything.

Jim takes these things so hard. He said how much he really feels people should keep their cats indoors after he has seen what happens to the outdoor cats.

Imagine if he had the spoiled plush life of living indoors with out any coyotes, eagles, other cats, cars and exc.. This cat would have been a big healthy orange guy sitting on your lap and sleeping around the house, happy and purring.

1950's photo Dog and Cat Together Great Dane

A photo found at an estate sale of a great dane and cat hanging out. Common nowdays, but this was less heard of back then.

Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Ziggy 17 yrs by PresidentSuperman193

This is Ziggy. He's 17 years old, and he's one mean cat. He belongs to my Grandmother. I like seeing him when I'm up, but he doesn't like seeing anybody. But he's been getting sentimental in his old age, and he occasionaly allows you to stroke him. He let me feed him last week. This is a fairly old video, from August last year actually. This was a rare moment.

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Jingles 12 by peninsulaspca

Hello, I am Jingles. I am a 12 year old altered female Domestic Short Hair. I am a really sweet cat who needs some TLC and I hope to soon be in a new home. I am so sweet and have a friendly and sunny disposition. I am gentle and polite and I love to be held. I am affectionate and calm and would be a great addition to your family. Please give a calm, older girl a chance and ask for ID A443594.

Sunday, April 19, 2009

Hilarious 22 year old cat vs egg custard! by boo4bettz4eva

our gorgeous 22 year old cat loves food!!! especially egg custard!!! n will stop at nothing 2 get it!!
look at the face!! wot a cutie!! lool

Friday, April 17, 2009

Jasmine by CAREevanston

Domestic Shorthair, 8 years old, White, Spayed female.

Meow, Meow, Meow! Translation...Will you be mine? Be kind to me and I'll let you dress me up in silly outfits for holiday pictures. Well...for quick snapshot or two anyways. I've grown tired of shelter life and would like a place of my own where I can look out the window and talk to the birds and squirrels I see outside. I'm a talkative feline ready to share many purrls of wisdom with you. Ready to listen?

ASPCA Feline-ality™ Assessment rating: Orange / Sidekick.

Adoption Information:

Must be the only pet in your home.

No children under 12.

Jasmine is microchipped, spayed, and has had a full veterinary checkup and vaccines.

Please come to the shelter to meet Jasmine and speak to an adoption counselor for more information about her. Thank you.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

My 9 year old cat taking care of her babys By jandri2

Wow! That seems too old for kittens. She needs to be retired.
The kittens look great though.

When I was young our first cat had a couple litters per year. That was back when spaying wasn't well known. As she got older it was harder on her. At one point she had a pair of kittens that were attached at the tail, and the tails were all crooked.
When it was time for the next litter to come she went up on my mom and screamed!
She needed help, so mom helped pull out the babies. After that mom got her spayed, and she lived to be 18 years old.

At some point a cat needs to retire!

Thursday, April 9, 2009

People Not Being Responsible and Throwing Away Great Love

Recently, I went down to our local animal shelter to look for the neighbor hood tom cat I hadn't seen in a couple weeks, and to play with the cats. I was surprised to see a lot of senior cats. One was an old Calico, she was quite friendly and you could see that she was around 12 or so. A very cute cat.

I had to ask them why she was there?

They informed me that the lady brought her there because her boyfriend did no like the cat.

How crazy is that?!

Here's a cat that has been a devoted, loving friend to this lady for her whole life, not knowing anything else, just to be dumped for some human, that could easily be gone the fallowing day.

When you get a pet, kid or anything of that sort, it's your responsibility till that living being dies or you die, which ever comes first. It seems common sense values are disappearing.

Lets say you have a kid, and you get a new boyfriend or girlfriend, and that person doesn't like your kid. Are you going to get rid of the kid?
Hopefully not! Other people that are not your family or weren't there first, have no obligation to stay with you if you get rid of the kid or cat. Deep in their mind they see how easily you can let go of something, so they probably don't see why it would hurt you if they left with out any real reason. I certainly wouldn't want anything to do with such a cold human.

A pet is an energy, entity being with feelings. What you do to it holds just as much karma as things you would do to a human. God looks at you the same way. We are put here to care for the animals and the earth. People, please be responsible and care.
Thank you!

Thursday, April 2, 2009

One Happy Cat 12 yrs By camcrazed I love it when cats knead

Oska is a Blue British Shorthair Pedigree, he is 12 years old.

He has always been a big cat, and has always been on a diet. He used to weigh in at 12.4 kg but we have at last, after years of trying. found a food for him that has helped him trim down, he now weighs 8kg! We continue the diet, fingers crossed

Monday, March 30, 2009

17 year old cat walks on leash by misszombiedinosaur

I like to walk the cats in the adoption center in the pet store. This is Duke...He's 17 years old, but hes absolutly awesome

Saturday, March 28, 2009

conversation with Lucy 20 years old By alanmccarron

My cat talks back. 20 years old and still going strong

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Old lable with kitten

I know it's not an old cat, but it's a very old lable with a cat on it.

2 old kitties taking care of each other from LOLcats

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Always get photos and video of your cats

Sasha - The black cat, by White4light

Just a video of my cat. =] She's getting old so I needed something to remember her with.

Saturday, March 21, 2009

In MEMORY of my "BABY" 3/14/09 by shebear777

My baby "BABY" just passed before Midnight on Saturday night. I have been checking on her every 1/2 hour. The last time was around 11:30 or so, I did some reiki telling her it was OK to pass. When I went back in she was gone, and now I am a wreck...

Thursday, March 19, 2009

This old cat by sac7000

Just an old cat, a throw-away who wandered into the yard one day sick and missing most of his fur from disease and poor diet.

Video recording device, Canon FS100, final editing Power Director7, music by the PowerDirector rock and roll orchestra.

MiMi Loves to play~~ Looks great at 14 by devilangel0115

Mimi is 14 years old already, but still so cute and loves to play

Monday, March 16, 2009

Miss Scooties 15 yrs by marcjwebberv

Whiskers - Kitten Rescue Sponsorship Cat 10 yrs

Whiskers is a Kitten Rescue cat that is available for sponsorship! She is 10 years old and has stomatitis, which is inflammation of the mouth. Whiskers requires frequent dental visits and medications to keep the inflammation down.

For more information on how to sponsor Whiskers, please visit

Cameo appearance by Moonbeam.

Dexter - Kitten Rescue Sponsorship Cat

Dexter is a Kitten Rescue cat that is available for sponsorship! He is about 9 years old. He was surrendered by his past owners after he became aggressive with their toddler. Dexter still exhibits his aggressive personality towards some people by swatting and batting at them, but he is nice and friendly with others. In addition to his unique personality, Dexter also has an enlarged aorta that requires him to consume medicine daily and undergo periodic examinations with the cat cardiologist.

For more information on how to sponsor Dexter, please visit

Old cat Boo. By Blkassassin94

Boo is the gray one who i sitting by the door i miss him he died last year today and i felt like making this video to remember him

Thursday, March 12, 2009


Charlie is available for adoption at Forget Me Not Animal Shelter http://www.forgetmenotshelt...

Friday, March 6, 2009

Instruction for Fluids for cats with kidney issues

If your cat is having kidney problems or other things where it may need fluids, be sure to go to this Youtube channel for great instructions.

subcutaneous treatment number 1 by fredsamuels

It says he's not that old, but it often is needed with old cats with kidney failure. Something I had to do for months with Emma

I am posting this video to give others the courage to give their cat a subcutaneous treatment. I was really dreading it, but as it turned out, it wasn't too bad. I made three errors: 1 - not knowing how to twist the old needle off. 2 - not turning the flow off before pulling the needle out. 3 - not using the same plastic cap for the old needle that it came with. Also: four helpful hints. 1 - every time you do a treatment, move the plastic "cut off" wheel to a different area of the plastic tube, so it won't damage the line or let it leak. 2 - When inserting the end of the line into the drip bag, make sure you push it all the way in to avoid leakage. 3 - Use a box cut short and the end cut mostly out, with a soft warm weaving or towel in it to be your secound "pair" of hands to help contain your kitty and keep him or her in place. 4 - Use a bowl of warm water to put the line in if needed, so the fliud isn't too cold going in. Good luck and when you get that feeling of apprehension, overcome it with a feeling of determination to get the job done.
I created this series of videos to help others administer to their loved ones.... their cats, in the hope that it will help them set up

the subcutaneous treatments and also to give them the courage to do

it. I am by no means a veternarian and don't claim to be... as you

can see. I just love my baby and will do everything in my power...

which isn't much, to extend his life. He isn't even 4 years old yet.

And this great spirit has been sentenced to death by inheriting

polycystic kidney diease. I don't do it for me, but for him.... he's

always trusted me with his life and we have a very special

relationship. So this is the first of seven videos to set up the

procedure, and then the first treatment done with no training, just

research on you tube, thanks to the videos, and they are:

Franz 17 yo by PhilPhilUSA

Monday, March 2, 2009

Spinnin' Cat by Landmusic

My 10yr old cat "Priscilla" or sometimes nicknamed "Stinky"-- playing with her lazer light toy.. She loves chasing it until she gets dizzy.. P.S. Why does she get called "Stinky" you ask? Well.. just clear the room when she gets in the cat box.. :-)

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Old white cats keep out of the sun

A problem with white cats is they get cancer on thier ears from the sun.
If they must go out side, put some sunscrene on thier ears. They may lick some off, but a little will stay.

I have a light skinned cat that gets sunburn from just sitting in the window. So I'm real careful. During the sunner I keep the blinds down.

Saturday, February 21, 2009

Senior cat sanctuary at Purrfect Pals

*ID: 19829
*Breed(s): Domestic Short Hair - Tortoiseshell (mix)
*Gender: Female
golden girl seeks quiet home

This shelter is near home.
They have help family, freinds and us with cat issues.
This is a great cat shelter.
Once a year they have teh Black cat ball to raise funds.
Luckily I get to help each year.

Clintons bid farewell to Socks the cat, age 20

Former First Cat Socks, one of the world’s most famous felines, died Friday at the age of 20 after battling throat cancer since November. A stray cat rescued by the Clinton's daughter, Chelsea, Socks lived in the governor’s mansion in Arkansas and later moved with the family to the White House.

"Socks brought much happiness to Chelsea and us over the years, and enjoyment to kids and cat lovers everywhere," the Clintons said in a statement, released first to PEOPLE.COM. "We're grateful for those memories, and we especially want to thank our good friend, Betty Currie, for taking such loving care of Socks for so many years."

Currie, the president's personal secretary, and her husband, Bob, took over care of Socks after the Clintons left the White House. It was near their home in Maryland that Socks was put to sleep Friday morning. "He could no longer stand and wasn’t eating," according to family friend and presidential historian Barry Landau.

His pal Buddy the Lab
Though much was made of the fact that Buddy, the family’s beloved brown Labrador retriever – who died after being hit by a car in 2002 – remained with the Clintons while Socks did not, Landau says, "The truth be known, Betty asked if Socks could come live with her. The Clintons didn’t abandon Socks. They were totally conflicted. It broke their hearts, but they knew it would be the right thing for Socks’ welfare.”

"Betty had lost a close family member and a dog and they wanted to do something nice for her," continues Landau, noting that Hillary Clinton had just been elected to the U.S. Senate.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

22 Year Old Rescue CAT - Advocates 4 Animals Feline Rescue

This video is of "KAT"-- she is 22 years young and going strong! We are a small feline rescue & rehabilitation group located in Xenia, OH ( and we operate solely through DONATIONS and with VOLUNTEERS. We have a true devotion to the animals and do everything we can to rescue as many homeless felines and place them into loving, committed homes to call their very own! KAT came to us when her elderly owner became terminally ill and had to be placed in a nursing home. He had no family or friends- and therefore no one to care for his beloved 22 year old "Kat". The veterinarian contacted us just 1 hour before the scheduled euthanasia and we saved her just in time! She is a wonderful girl and loves every day of life! Although she may look 22, she doesn't act it. She is happy and healthy and loves life! Special kitties like KAT have a forever place with us at Advocates 4 Animals.
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Jingles the Cat by peninsulaspca 12 yrs

Why hello, my name is Jingles. I am an altered female cat who is 12 years old (I like to say young) with a pretty calico short coat. I can be adopted by a first time pet owner or a family with children since I have such a friendly and sunny disposition! I am also gentle and attentive. I also very much like being held and am quite affectionate! I am not sure about living with other animals (but I could try). So if you are looking for a sweet senior kitty that loves to give and receive attention then ask for me, Jingles, ID A443594.

Thursday, February 12, 2009


Xena the Warrior Kitty

Xena is the feline matriarch of the family. She's 10 years old and rules the roost. She refuses to take her meals with the other 3 cats and insists on having her food in another part of the room. She's not much on bathing, and doesn't appreciate it when the other cats try to help her out with that. This video shows Xena being Xena. This is about as exciting as it gets with her.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Puppy and Old Cat Play by heidimd cat is 19

Handsome and Maddie love to play with eachother. Maddie ends up getting it in the end, but that didn't stop them. BTW - Handsome is 19 years old. This little puppy has given him an extra life.

Monday, February 2, 2009

Sophie playing 13 by Lasiukeusa

Sophie playing with a soft toy :) Would you believe she's 13 years old???? Playing like a kitten :)

Saturday, January 31, 2009

Rusty abandoned 13 year old

01/10/09 At 13 years of age Rusty is by far the most senior member of our current cat population. We cannot imagine why an owner or family member would sign over a cat that has been in the family for so long, but here he is. From every indication Rusty is in perfect health mentally and physically. Shelter life is no way for an old cat to spend his golden years, so why not drop by and offer Rusty a good home? He would be so happy and contented if he could settle into a quiet, soft, warm spot in your home.

Kathylee - Senior cats need love too!

Age: 12 years

Sex: Female

Kathylee is the sweetest, most wonderful girl...mature lady around. She enjoys being pet and brushed for hours and only asks for some TLC.

She has lost most of her teeth (this doesn't affect her appetite!) and needs a diet rich in Fatty Acids to hydrate her dry skin, but she is the happiest cat around.

She nuzzles her head into the palm of your hand and can even fall asleep that way! She is fine with other animals and would do well in virtually any household.

Won't you give Kathylee the love and attention she needs?

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Pluis our cat 12 years old, by Goikuchan

This is our white cat Pluis. he's about 12 years old now. Talking to him is useless cause he's deaf...^^" He's a very cuddly cat

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Stellaluna playing with the Cat Catcher toy 12yo

12 year old Stellaluna playing with the "Cat Catcher" toy. She hasn't wanted to play in YEARS!

Luna, the 4th of my 4 cats, is rather elusive. She spends most of her time in my kitchen, bathroom and utility room. Nearly two years here in my house and she's FINALLY venturing into the rest of the house! I've had her since a friend found her as a stray kitten twelve years ago.

Funny how the least friendly cat is my home is the only one I've had since kittenhood!

Friday, January 16, 2009

Our favorite Sparta - we still love him.

"Mean kitty" was probably the first video I watched on Youtube, I then started an account there. Though this is an Old kitty blog, it's still for cats that are dear to our hearts. Sparta is a big part of the Youtube family and he has been seen in all of our homes. Sparta has come up with a sickness. We all need to keep positive thoughts, and prayers for him and for Cory, his woman and Loki. No matter what family is family and each piece is important. Keep a positive visualization of a healthy and happy Sparta in your minds. Thanks for reading and visiting.

Some of you may be wondering why I haven't released a Mean Kitty video in a while, but I wasn't ready to announce why publicly until I knew for sure what was happening to him. Sparta has been limping for a bit over a month and after many visits to the vet, they found out why. He tested positive for leukemia. We're not sure what is causing the limping, but we do know that joint issues can be caused by the virus. He doesn't seem to be showing pain and he is just as playful as he has always been, so we're not going to show any sadness. Love and comfort is the best remedy and we are working with the doctors to find long term solutions to keep him healthy. Loki on the other hand tested negative for the virus and has been given a preventive vaccine.

Sparta was born in 2007 and we celebrate his birthday on May 20th. He adopted us in July 2007.

Loki is about the same age and was adopted in July 2008.

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Die alte Katze Mausi geniesst ihr Gnadenbrot

Katze Mausi (demnächst 18 Jahre alt), die letzte Überlebende aus der "Generation Litti", geniesst ihr Gnadenbrot auf dem Sessel. Leider hört sie nichts mehr und auch mit dem Sehen hapert es mittlerweile. Aber das Futter schmeckt noch und die Toilette wird auch noch gefunden.

Das Lied wird gesungen von Camillo Felgen und heisst "Ich hab' Ehrfurcht vor schneeweißen Haaren". Es hiesse wohl besser "schwarzweißen Haaren", aber das konnte der Camillo ja nicht wissen.

in English

Cat Mausi (shortly 18 years old), the last survivor from the “generation Litti”, enjoys its grace bread on the armchair. Unfortunately she hears nothing more and also with seeing hapert it meanwhile. But the fodder tastes still and the toilet is also still found.

The song sung of Camillo rims and is called “I hab' reverence before snow-white hair”. It would be called probably better “black-and-white hair”, but that could not know the Camillo

Saturday, January 10, 2009

Handsome Conner, Senior Cat for Adoption

Conner is an 10 year old, neutered male, black, domestic shorthair available for adoption. Please call The Town of Southampton Animal Shelter and Adoption Center, 631-728-PETS. All animals are spayed/neutered, vaccinated and microchipped before leaving for their forever home.

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

20 year old Jake

Bush family’s 18-year-old cat dies

WASHINGTON - The first family leaving the White House this month will be without one of its longtime members: the Bush family's 18-year-old cat has died.

The first lady's office said Monday that India, a black American shorthair named for former Texas Rangers player Ruben Sierra, died Sunday at the White House.

Bush daughter Barbara, then 9, named the cat “India” after Sierra, a former major league player, whose nickname was "El Indio." President George W. Bush was a former co-owner of the Texas Rangers.

When Bush daughters Barbara and Jenna went to college, the cat stayed at the White House with the president and first lady. The family affectionately called the cat “Kitty.”

Thursday, January 1, 2009

MY FERAL CAT named KITTY by d-artist

HOW IT CAME ABOUT saving this kitty's life!

Our Feral cats name is "Kitty" she came into our lives on a drizzly cold day Sept. 2007...she visited our second floor deck to eat the seeds out of a bird dish. As I opened the door and she flew off the deck, I realized she was scared of humans. Everyday I left scrapes of food outside in the hopes she would come back...two days later she did and devoured every bit, again I left scrapes, she continuing to come back everyday, although sheepishly.

The first snow came, we made a place for her to go and husband took a large cardboard box cut out an opening lined it with straw and towels, placing food inside she started to sleep in there, even once finding her mother in there.

We had a record brutal 2007 winter, seeing this kitty everyday in that cold was heartbreaking. We built another fortress for her, all brick around the box to keep it warmer. I would heat up a beanbag in the micro, wrapping it with a towel placing it in the box to keep her warm, yes she used it.

After a month she started to sit in front of the window of our patio doors looking in, even stepping up on the sill to look in and meow... I should say "meew" such a little voice! Her little paws where so cold she alternated holding them up. Everyday we cleared a path on the deck and stairs so she could get to her box. I placed paper and towels in the area she sat so she would not be wet from the snow...she ate anything I left. At times it was below 20 degrees with the wind-chill if not lower, her shivering couldn't keep any weight on her, so much energy was used just shivering. She even had a cold and coughed, that's when I made sure the beanbag was always there for heating her up.

After Christmas she became friendlier and only ran to the top of the stairs when we opened the door, after awhile she came up to the door when opened and even climbing on my husbands lap while on the floor. One time she came in and the door closed behind her, I had told my hubby, don't let the door shut, she will panic! yep she did panic, and tore my plants down trying to get out...hubby had to clean it up!

She became more familiar with us and started to trust us, allowing us to pet her and pick her up (that is unusual for a feral cat) The first time I picked her up I held her in my arms talking low and assuring her. I made a short video of her on hubbies lap playing with his sweatshirt pull, see Video. Click here or on the title to see the rest of the lens