Quinn (a.k.a.Shy Gray the Russian Blue) snoring as she takes a cat nap

Quinn the cat

Quinn found her mommy when she was just a fuzzy gray Russian Blue kitten and has lived with her humanoid parents and usually two other cats for about sixteen years since. While she always could have been mistaken for an older kitten, her age and catness will show on the occasional mistep and fuzzy little eye squints.

We’ve been fortunate enough to babysit her when her parents are out of town (which is often) or if they just want a little bit of cease fire among her and the other two very young kitties. It seems that Shy Gray (that’s Quinn) isn’t putting up with any kitten b.s. and can show some grumpiness towards the noobs.  While she’s here, she is queen and doesn’t have to smell any other cat. This is her her summer home to come and go as she (her parents, really) wishes.

Turn the volume up for this one to make sure you hear her cute little snoring!

 

 

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Eastern Puma declared extinct

U.S. authorities declare Eastern puma extinct – Portland Press Herald

It finally happened on January 23, 2018. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service declared the eastern pumair?source=bk&t=312land 20&bm id=default&l=ktl&linkId=f9eb25ccad91e8a3af957a7392eb6190& cb=1523620625761 - U.S. authorities declare Eastern puma extinct - Portland Press Herald officially extinct, removing it from the Federal List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlifeir?source=bk&t=312land 20&bm id=default&l=ktl&linkId=527cd65372a36b7e258ee0efd1056cac& cb=1523620648558 - U.S. authorities declare Eastern puma extinct - Portland Press Herald. Yes, in many ways that’s devastating news. Somehow we let another incredible creature disappear from the world. Here’s the thing, though — the last sighting of this particular big cat occurred some 80 years ago. The eastern puma has been gone for a long, long time. So why is the cat only being removed from the list?
Source: The Eastern Puma Is Officially Extinct, But There’s A Silver Lining For Big Cat Conservation | Care2 Causes

Federal officials have declared the Eastern puma extinct, 80 years after the last confirmed sighting of a graceful wildcat that once roamed widely from the upper Midwest to the Atlantic seaboard. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced this week that it was removing the animal from the endangered species list. The move completes a process started in 2015, when it proposed dropping federal protections for the Eastern puma, also known as the cougar, mountain lion and catamount.
Source: U.S. authorities declare Eastern puma extinct, 80 years after last sighting – Portland Press Herald

Cougars ir?source=bk&t=312land 20&bm id=default&l=ktl&linkId=2bee4a998b53728dbd1a5d79b68d184f& cb=1523620587481 - U.S. authorities declare Eastern puma extinct - Portland Press Heraldare very cryptic animals,” says Michael Robinson from the environmental advocacy group Center for Biological Diversity. He’s referencing the fact that cougars often travel alone, often at night, and they’re hard to track. When most people come across one in the wild, it’s usually by accident. To see one in the northeastern U.S. is even more rare, almost certainly a fluke. Not since 1932 and 1938 in New Brunswick and Maine, respectively, were cougars officially recorded in the northeastern U.S.
Source: Eastern Cougars Declared Extinct—But That Might Not be Bad

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Cat’s reaction to tornado alarm.

Cat’s reaction to tornado alarm is priceless.

Cat’s Reaction to Tornado Warning System

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Man awakens to wild kitties on his porch.

Tim Newton woke up to suspicious noises at the door of his Alaskan home and worried that he was being burglarized. What he instead found was a bunch of cute lynx kittens with their mom.

The Alaska photographer figured maybe it was a bear that was clawing at the front door. When he finally built up the nerve to take a peak, he was rewarded with this nice display.

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Squeaks McGee – The adorable rescue kitten

Squeaks McGee- the adorable rescued kitten who loves climbing atop shoulders. Such a cute little squeeker. She was found alone in an open drawer in an abandoned building. It appears she was the runt that wasn’t able to crawl out after the rest of the litter moved along. Last word on “Isabella” or “Izzy” was that she was doing great with her adopted family.

 

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Laffy Taffy Cat

This is Laffy Taffy Cat, a kitten saved and fostered by some friends and family in Michigan and subsequently given to a permanent home. Such a cute smooshy little critter!

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