Something strange in the backyard tonight…
Rescued from Miami Dade Animal Services a few years ago, Piggy is a lovely cuddly funny cat. His owner is severely allergic to Piggy (gone through years of treatment with no improvement) and looking for a forever home for Piggy.
Help if possible!
Big Head is only comfortable eating when he rest his tail on Shortie’s back.
Fluffy likes to put his head on the weirdest place when he is sleeping.
Big Head’s getting chubbier everyday
And Friendly Oreo
Not siblings, Sweet Pea and Fluffy were rescued from the streets almost around the same time in the spring of 2008 somewhere in Miami. They grew up in the same cage as kittens and were adopted together by ZZ.
They are inseparable BFFs.
Tuesday, Sep 19, 2017
It’s been a while that I go to the adoption center. Cats seemed to be happy! And there was even a pigeon!
Monday Sep 18, 2017
Today is the first day we return to work after hurricane Irma. I was shocked to find out that some of my colleagues not only haven’t had their electricity back, but also don’t have water.
I should totally be grateful that our power was restored Friday evening…
11:00am, Friday Sep 15, 2017.
126.5 hours into power outage after hurricane Irma. The nowadays bathroom living Ben all of a sudden jumped onto the dresser right next to the slightly open balcony door and peeked anxiously.
What did Ben find?
The FPL’s contractor’s truck!
Does it mean we are gonna have the power restored soon? Let’s see!
9:30am, Thursday Sep 14, 2017. 101 hours into power outage because of hurricane Irma.
The new FPL estimates says power will be restored by Sunday, which is the latest for Florida east coast, in our area.
And the cats are like this…
Wednesday Sep 13, 2017.
Three days after hurricane Irma. Still no power at home. Cats don’t seem to. Other as much as we do. Oreo is enjoying the shade under the fallen banana tree. All the leaves were ripped by the wind. The stem was broken. Not sure the baby bananas will mature…
Tuesday, Sep 12, 2017.
FPL says they will restore power to all homes by the end of this weekend. Living in an area with lots of trees, we do not have the unrealistic hope to get power back right away. Just that everything in the fridge is melting away…
Cats are all fine though. The indoor ones are spending lots of time on hard surfaces (or not).
The outdoor community cats are all like nothing had really happened. The scared Big Head is spending more time in the backyard than yesterday.
Woke up in a quite sunny morning, no more wind and no more rain. Our house is intact and the yard damage is as expected and minimal. He only thing gone was the already wobbly shed. Neighbors are all out cleaning the debris – mostly broken off tree branches and leaves on the ground. Coral Gables still has many blocked roads. And we only wish the power will be restored soon…
Cats don’t seem to be bothered by the heat in the house as much as we are.
Are the community cats have survived the storm. Oreo seems to be really hungry and sleepy. Shortie and Big Grey are their usual selves. Big Head is more timid than before.