From The New York Shitty Inbox, Part II: Found

This item comes courtesy of the folks of Dog Habitat. If you know to whom this lady or gent belongs please give them a call at (728) 290 – 7434. Thanks!

Miss Heather

New York Shitty Day Ender: M Is For Mighty

M is for Mighty

Mighty & Steph

As many of you are undoubtedly aware, yours truly is rather fond of cats. So you can imagine my delight when I spied these images on my friend orangegenius’s Flickr page. “Mighty” (as he is called) is three weeks old and was found alone in the courtyard of an apartment building in East New York. Orangegenius and the above lass, Stephanie, are taking turns bottle feeding him (which has to be done every three hours). Consequently, this little fellow has become quite the subway savvy New Yorker! Orangegenius opines:

Mighty is quite the straphanger. So far, he has ridden the L, G, E, F, M, Q, R, 4, 5 and 6 subway lines. He has also taken the B24, B43 and Q54 buses. He liked the M because we took him out of his shoebox and he got to look around and be fussed over.

Prison Blues

Mighty Lounging

I have been told that while not quite ready for adoption just yet Mr. Mighty will be at this weekend’s adoption event at Muddy Paws! Why not swing by and say “Hi”?

Mighty Does Muddy Paws (North Brooklyn Cats Adoption Event)
Sunday June 12th  from 2:00 – 6:00 p.m.
Muddy Paws
447 Graham Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11211

You can view orangegenius’s full photo set of Mighty by clicking here!

Miss Heather

Crosstown Local Photo du Jour: Whiskers

From the Queens-bound platform at Metropolitan Avenue.

Miss Heather

Urban Fur: Eight Lives Left

As yours truly was walking home after an enjoyable evening with friends last night I made the acquaintance of this little guy (gal?). His good Samaritan told me he had just narrowly avoided being run over by car on Manhattan Avenue. He was rather shaken by this but the feline in question did not seem to mind. I guess when you have nine lives you can afford to lose one or two. In any case, this furry fellow has been whisked away by his new friends (including a gal named Heather!) to a better life. Indoors.

Miss Heather

Urban Fur: Feels Like Summer

And Daisy cares not to be interrupted enjoying it.

Miss Heather

Urban Fur: Mimi

Taken May 21, 2011.

Miss Heather

Urban Fur: Repose

From Green Street.

Miss Heather

Adoptable Cuties: Kitten Cavalcade At Dog Habitat!

Earlier this week I was contacted by Jay Lombard of Dog Habitat. He told me they had a few new residents of the feline persuasion. Needless to say I had to make the acquaintance of these guys (and gals) STAT. Yesterday this came to pass. Without further ado here they are!

First up, a trio of kittens found in Queens:

And how can we forget Mangus? The rather friendly (and furry) chap whose image graces the beginning of this post!

You can (and should) see more photos of these adoptable cuties and a few of their canine pals at Dog Habitat’s web site. Otherwise anyone interested in meeting these little ones and giving them the loving home they deserve should contact the folks at Dog Habitat at: rescue (at) doghabitat (dot) org or (347) 203 – 3934.

Thanks!

In closing, I feel compelled to write that tomorrow, May 22nd, Glasslands Gallery will be hosting an benefit for Dog Habitat. You can get more details (and purchase tickets) by clicking here.

Brooklyn Howls
May 22, 2011 doors open at 6:00 p.m.
Glasslands Gallery
289 Kent Street
Brooklyn, New York 11211

Miss Heather

Urban Fur: The New Kid On The Block

Some of you might a new (bewhiskered) face at New A.J. Farms Market. Well, his name is Butterfly (albeit in Chinese) and he was too busy orienting himself with his new place of work and play to comment.

Miss Heather

From The New York Shitty Photo Pool: City Kitty

May 18, 2011 ·
Filed under: Crazy Cat Lady, Manhattan, New York City, Street Art 

Taken by amolho4.

Miss Heather

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