Miss Silky Is In Da House!

…no, really!

Doc, Grace, Sasha & Daisy Cross are proud to welcome Miss Silky Dawn Cross to our family. She is 8 years old, very sweet tempered and has longish silky hair. She is doing very well fitting in.

Silky was used as a breeder for most of her life, then dumped at the ASPCA. Because she and I are both old farts, we got her for free. She will have a good home here

In other news…

Flash Alexander Cross & Jasmine Belle Malone

invite you to attend their wedding

to be held August 12, 2014, 3:00 pm.

Aboard the Magic Bus in Critter City, Texas

Reception and Bigass Blowout Party to follow

in the Sands Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, April, 1962

Formal, species specific dress requested

A free bar (synthehol only) and humongous buffet will be provided

Free lodging available for one and all

Entertainment provided by a diverse assemblage of famous entertainers

Free universal translators provided to all attendees

Free spatiotemporal transport provided to those who need it

Temporal folding will be in effect so that nobody loses time

RSVP to Critter Avengers on Facebook or @CritterAvengers on Twitter

“A splendid time is guaranteed for all”

(We can’t say if Harry the Horse will dance a waltz, but you can ask)

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Chapter 12: In Which Our Hero, Having Been Swallowed By a Whale, Learns To Enjoy The Taste Of Krill

…until he was coughed up onto a beach in the Azores

The Road To DogCon 3: Say Hello To Flash

As I announced many weeks ago, Grace & I decided to get an imaginary cat and that he would go with us & The Girls to DogCon this year. For a long time, we did not have a name for the little fellow, but that has changed. His name is Flash. Actually, his full name is Flash Alexander Cross.

Flash is a 4 month old Dwarf Shorthair Portuguese Jungle Cat. Yes yes, I know their are no jungles in Portugal. But even if there were IMAGINARY jungles, it still wouldn’t matter, since the DSPJC is a fully domesticated and civilized feline. Flash is colored just like a tiger…orange & black…but otherwise looks like an ordinary cat. Of course, he is quite small (hey, yo…DWARF?) and weighs a mere 7 pounds. He has vividly green eyes.

His personality is not unlike Winker’s: Bursts of rowdiness lasting up to 20 minutes, then several hours of mellowing out up to and including sleeping like he’s in a coma.

He gets along famously with both Lucy and Winker and they wrassle a few times a day.

His favorite food is scrambled eggs with tuna, but he also enjoys canned cat food and boiled chicken with rice. His favorite place to sleep is on top of Lucy, who outweighs him by 44 pounds. His favorite toy is an old sock filled with catnip.

As one might expect for an imaginary cat, he is totally hypoallergenic and has excellent litter box ettiquite. He is a great kitty and a proud member of our family.