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Infinite Cat Project Archives for October 30 thru November 3, 2017.

Mewsings, October 30, 2017: "When a cat chooses to be friendly, it's a big deal, because a cat is picky."
- Mike Deupree

kittens in pumpkin

Gratuitous Kute Kittiness: Fuzzy little punkins.

Cat Mewvie: Scariest cat mask evah!

cat halloween ghost

Today's Kitty Komic

cat jack-o-lantern

Feline Art: Cat jack-o-lantern.

kitten in hands

Kitty needs a butthole.... we're not kidding.
by David Moye

In many ways, Cluck is like any other 10-day-old kitten: She’s sweet, adorable and is learning to crawl around.

But the one way she is different has life-threatening effects: She was born without a butthole.
Cluck, who was rescued from the Los Angeles streets with her mother and other members of her litter, suffers from a condition called an imperforate anus.

That means her urine and feces come out of the same hole, according to Shawn Simons of the Kitty Bungalow Charm School for Wayward Cats, a street cat rescue clinic.

Cluck’s condition was discovered four days ago, and she needs an operation very soon or she will die, Simons said.

“Right now, she’s nursing off her mom, so her poop is very liquidy,” Simons told HuffPost. “When she gets on harder food, it will be impossible for poop to pass through.”

Simons is hoping to improve Cluck’s prognosis by raising money for an operation via a Crowdrise campaign called “Kitty Needs A Butthole. (Note: As of 10-31-17 the crowdfund has been met and exceeded.)

“We would first need to get an MRI to see how extensive the problem is, and to see where her intestines connect,” she said.

The surgery is risky, but Simons feels Cluck is a good candidate.

“She’s gaining weight and seems healthy other than not having the butthole,” she said.
As of Friday afternoon, the kitty keister campaign had raised $465, which bodes well for the success. Simons said anything raised beyond the $4,000 will be used to help the other cats in her facility, “even those that have buttholes.”

Mewsings, October 31, 2017: "The cat does not negotiate with the mouse." - Robert K. Massie

how to pose with your cat

Gratuitous Kittiness: The cat is not convinced by this costume.

Cat Mewvie: The Halloweeniest of Halloween cats.

authentic cat costume comic

Today's Kitty Komic

halloween cat painting

Feline Art: "Halloween Cat" by E. V. Knowles

Mewsings, November 1, 2017: "In performing a variety of intellectually demanding tasks, cats usually emerge as clear winners (over dogs)." - Dr. David Greene

smokey stripes cat

Gratuitous Kittiness: Smokey stripes.

Cat Mewvie: The Breakfast Club

dog with cone collar comic

Today's Kitty Komic

silly cat art

Feline Art: "Silly Cat" by Titus Weiss.

Mewsings, November 2, 2017: "A dog will flatter you but you have to flatter the cat."- George Mikes

four kittens

Gratuitous Kittiness: Kittens by the bundle.

Cat Mewvie: The scream of a mountain lion.

how to pick up cats and dogs comic

Today's Kitty Komic

black pumpkin cat art

Feline Art: American folk art.

Mewsings, November 3, 2017: "A cat is nobody's fool." - Heywood Brown

cat with monster mask

Gratuitous Kute Kittiness: Halloween leftwovers.

Cat Mewvie: How to pill your cat.

cat with monkey's paw comic

Today's Kitty Komic

pastel cat study

Feline Art: Pastel cat study, by Karen Margulis.

cat news

Cat's got his tongue.

When Mr. Magoo was found living under a deck in Canada with his cat mother, brother, and sister, the family was immediately rushed to the Westwood Heights Pet Hospital. It became evident that Mr. Magoo wasn’t like other cats … his tongue always stuck out.

“During physical exam we found his lower jaw is off to one side, which causes his tongue to stick out, and his skull is slightly deformed but otherwise healthy,” Natalie, veterinary technician, wrote on Mr. Magoo’s website.

Natalie fell in love with the special kitty and immediately gave him a loving, forever home. “I was so in love, I had truly met my furry little soulmate,” Natalie says.

Mr. Magoo only eats canned food because he has a hard time opening up his mouth to chew, but otherwise, he is perfectly happy and healthy. Tongue out and all!

Mr. Magoo is now four years old and has adoring fans from all over who just can’t get enough of that sweet face.

“He loves cuddles on the couch, stealing dog and human food, jumping on counters, sneak attacks on his Pomeranian brothers and so much more, he is truly living life to the fullest,” Natalie notes.

“When I first met Magoo I thought that he needed me, but in reality, I was the one who needed him, he has changed my life forever,” Natalie says. We’re sure lots of dog and cat lovers can relate!

Keep on being your adorable self, Mr. Magoo! ”


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