Bow-Tie’s Bulletin – March 28, 2016

Bow-Tie with film cameraHi Everyone,

I’m so excited!

What a great week I had and I can’t wait to share it!

This week my blog will be a picture show.

Know why?

Because a big California screenwriter came to see me and Cat Depot.

The best thing is, he adopted one of my special needs friends!

This is Hunter.

Hunter, special needs cat from the Friends Like Me program

Hunter has neurological problems and walks all wobbly.

His head is wobbly too, but he’s so cute.

Hunter relaxing, being cuteThis is the face that attracted his new dad.

I put it on my Facebook page and asked someone to please adopt him.

It worked!

His new dad flew in from California and swooped him up.

Hunter had no idea what was in store for him.



Hunter, special needs cat, looking around his new homeThis is his confused face (hee hee hee)

He just flew all the way across the country and found himself in a new place.

Any cat would be confused.






Hunter looking around his new roomBut he relaxed very quickly.

Looking around the room, he senses there may be some music in his future.







Hunter with his new big brotherHe has a new big brother too.

Brother Saigo is cool, but there’s that confused look on Hunter’s face again.






Hunter lies down to eatHunter likes to lie down to eat.

Saigo probably thought that was weird, but it didn’t interrupt his own dinner.










Hunter on his yoga matHunter has to exercise his legs so he can walk better.

He brought his own yoga mat with him.








Hunter is going to have a long, happy life in Sunny California.

Hunter happy to be a valley boyHe’s a Valley Boy now, and he’s really happy…

…this is his big smile face.


I’m so happy for Hunter and so thankful to his new dad.

Thanks also to Cat Depot for giving him a chance, and to his foster dad, Dennis.


You want to know why his new dad knew about Friends Like Me all the way in California?


Because one day he Googled “Super Hero Cat” and found this…

Mighty Lou Super Hero Cat

…the founder of Friends Like Me.


Thanks everyone!

See you next week.

The Dapper Gent


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5 thoughts on “Bow-Tie’s Bulletin – March 28, 2016

  1. Happy Easter Bow-Tie and family!

    You are so awesome, Bow-Tie! You have carried on with Mighty Lou’s message regarding special needs kitties. He would be so proud of you… I am! I’m putting my cape on today, because I’m so happy for Hunter and proud of you!

    These are the capes Mighty Lou and I wore. They gave us special powers to get special needs kitties adopted. Your bowtie seems to be doing the same!

    Your buddy,
    Whitey Wobbles

  2. Good for Hunter! There’s nothing like the feeling of coming home. His new brother Saigo reminds me just a little of you, Bow-Tie.

    In other matters, mom tried to make me wear a collar with a bow-tie for the holiday. I liked the white collar, because it looked a little like a dressy shirt, but I think she should have chosen a red bowtie so people could see it. Black is so much like, well, me. Don’t know how you guys always look so fancy – it’s hard work!

    Have a purrsome week!

  3. What a heartwarming story. Knew he wad ‘dopted, but this story and pics are pawsome. Bless you Hunter and his pawsome new human

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