Wooooo! From the sales of our Strawberry plush, we’ve now donated a total of $750 to k9kastlecorp, a non-profit animal rescue group that saves the lives of kitties in dire situations in the New York City area. They often save the ones that others would not… such as disabled, injured or older cats. NYC shelters have a high kill rate, so many lives would be lost without rescue groups like these! They recently asked for donations to help with their high vet bills so they could continue to save lives. You can donate directly to them here or pick up one of the few remaining Strawberry plushies to donate $35. When the rest of the stock sells out, we will have donated a total of $1000!!

Wooooo! From the sales of our Strawberry plush, we’ve now donated a total of $750 to k9kastlecorp, a non-profit animal rescue group that saves the lives of kitties in dire situations in the New York City area. They often save the ones that others would not… such as disabled, injured or older cats. NYC shelters have a high kill rate, so many lives would be lost without rescue groups like these!

They recently asked for donations to help with their high vet bills so they could continue to save lives. You can donate directly to them here or pick up one of the few remaining Strawberry plushies to donate $35. When the rest of the stock sells out, we will have donated a total of $1000!!

hackerqueenskye asked:

Hi, I just had a question. How long does it usually take to process/ship an order? I adopted Sully early this morning, and I'm super excited to get him. Love all your kitties, btw!

I’ll make this a public post just incase anyone else was wondering this!
The most it will ever take is a week, but it is usually faster than that. I wish The Tiny Tabby could be what I do 24/7 but since I have a day job it’s hard to get to the post office. I usually mail things on Friday or Saturday, but sometimes my kind friends help me out and mail things for me during the week :)
I always aim to mail things ASAP, so I hope if you guys are wondering why it takes a little bit that it’s not from a lack of trying :)

tonyuchai
tonyuchai:

Wally the one-eyed cat and Butter from The Tiny Tabby get to know each other!
Wally was hit by a car in December 2011. He survived and was taken to the vet by a kind person. Wally lost his left eye, many of his teeth, and his jaw and nasal passages needed several surgeries. He needed to be retaught how to eat and how to socialize with other cats. He was getting to be too much for the vet to take care of, which is when my family adopted him.
He could eat by shoveling canned food up with his face into his mouth and was a very active jumper. He had one more surgery to close a hole in the roof of his mouth and to allow him to open his remaining eye completely. He has made a full recovery and is extremely friendly and lovable. People compare him to a dog because of how persistent he is for attention.
The Tiny Tabby makes plushes of cats with “imperfections”, like missing eyes, limbs and hearing loss. They have cat toys too! Part of the proceeds go to keeping elderly cats and cats with disabilities from being put down.

Oh Wally, you are so precious

tonyuchai:

Wally the one-eyed cat and Butter from The Tiny Tabby get to know each other!

Wally was hit by a car in December 2011. He survived and was taken to the vet by a kind person. Wally lost his left eye, many of his teeth, and his jaw and nasal passages needed several surgeries. He needed to be retaught how to eat and how to socialize with other cats. He was getting to be too much for the vet to take care of, which is when my family adopted him.

He could eat by shoveling canned food up with his face into his mouth and was a very active jumper. He had one more surgery to close a hole in the roof of his mouth and to allow him to open his remaining eye completely. He has made a full recovery and is extremely friendly and lovable. People compare him to a dog because of how persistent he is for attention.

The Tiny Tabby makes plushes of cats with “imperfections”, like missing eyes, limbs and hearing loss. They have cat toys too! Part of the proceeds go to keeping elderly cats and cats with disabilities from being put down.

Oh Wally, you are so precious