Bow-Tie’s Bulletin – February 20, 2017

Turtle girlHi everyone,

It was exactly a year ago a very special little lady came into our home.

This is Blueberry.

She was very, very shy at the time.

She also has very poor vision, which made her frightened of everything.


Like me, she is from a hoarding home.

People hear the word “hoarding” and tend to look away.

It’s ugly, I agree.

But animals in hoarding houses need humans.

Cat Depot’s Community Cat Care goes into these bad situations and helps the cats.


Food bowl in a hoarding houseThis is the type of food plates found in Blueberry’s home.

Bugs thrive in that environment, but cats cannot.







Cats being rescued from a hoarding houseThis is what happened to Blueberry and her family when Community Cat Care arrived.

They were humanely trapped and taken to Cat Depot.

They were tended to medically and then spayed and neutered.


Why am I telling you this now?

Why am I showing you these unattractive moments?


Because now I want you to see this…


…meet happy, healthy, and well-adjusted Blueberry today!


Two of the other cats were named Abbott and Costello.

Abbott and LeviMeet Abbott and his brother Levi.

Costello has a new loving family too.










Abbott and LeviSo, thank you to Cat Depot’s Community Cat Care Team.

Because of the care cats receive when we are in dire situations, we can have happy endings.

Just like Abbott and Costello.








Bow-Tie and BlueberryAnd just like my Blueberry.

Thank you.

Have a happy week!


The Dapper Gent


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Bow-Tie’s Bulletin – February 8, 2016

Bow-Tie, the dapper gentHi Everyone,

You know me and you knew I’d do it.

Didn’t you?

You just knew I would.

The word went out that Cat Depot had a very special girl in need.

She was nearly blind and scared of everything.

She just needs someone to love her.

Bow-Tie to the rescue.



Here she is.

Her name is Blueberry.

Blueberry and Bow-Tie


Bow-Tie watching over Blueberry

She likes to hide under a blanket because she’s afraid.

I want her to hide under me.

I’ll take care of her.







Blueberry on her first day at homeThis is her first day with me, so I’m going slow.

Right now she just thinks I’m a warm golden pillow.







Blueberry relaxing at homeShe’ll come around.

She’s already coming out from underneath the blanket more.

Isn’t she pretty?







Bow-Tie caring for BlueberryYou know I’ll be able to make the break-through she needs.

She’ll learn life can be safe and loving.

I’m Bow-Tie.

It’s what I do.





See you next week.

The Dapper Gent

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