The bookstore mentioned in the above linked article brings kittens to the store in hopes they will be adopted. There is an adoption fee, but it includes all vaccinations and the kittens are all healthy.
I loved seeing the little kittens among the books. I could have done without the earwax removal commercials all throughout the article, though.
Puppies were mentioned later in the article, but it seems that they aren’t in the bookstore. This is probably a wise idea.
I loved the above linked video. The BBC sportscaster, Andrew Cotter, featured in the video has been entertaining himself and others with his video sportscasts of everyday events, since there are no sports to watch at the moment.
He’s definitely worth watching. I haven’t found a video of his that’s boring, yet.
The two articles linked above show how some people are entertaining (themselves) their animals while quarantined. Both are cute ideas, but I have a feeling that the humans are more entertained than the animals.
I don’t understand why cats are so fascinated with sheet changing day. Usually, I have to move Inky a few times while changing sheets. Sometimes I just end up throwing the blankets over her so I can get it done more quickly.
Yesterday, it was Mini who was the issue. I moved her about a dozen times before calling for reinforcements. Mini usually isn’t a person cat, and my presence offends her, normally. I guess the call of clean sheets was too much for her. I had to call the family to help keep her out of the way.
What is it with bedding? I thought it might be the smell of the sheets right out of the drier, or maybe the warmth? The sheets had been washed the week before and stored away, so it was neither.
The fundraiser that the above linked article tells about sounds fun. Send $15 for a drawing of your pet. The catch is that it doesn’t have to be a good drawing. It is a worthwhile cause, and even if you are just donating the $15, I think it’s worth it.