Kibble. Seriously… I am a goddess, an actual GODDESS, and they give me kibble.
I’m Athena, and don’t get me wrong. These humans at Providence Animal Center in Media, Pennsylvania, mean well. But I ask you: Do goddesses eat kibble? Let me answer: No, we do not.
You know what we DO like? We like being worshiped. That’s something goddesses expect, in fact. But that doesn’t mean we are mean or stuck-up. I, for instance, enjoy showering my human worshipers with purrs, and also like other animals, cats AND dogs.
I am a very democratic goddess! (But I still don’t think they should force me to eat kibble.)
Do you know what else I’d like? A home. I ended up here because someone – no doubt an evil god! – cursed me. But now I am free of that curse, so anyone who adopts me will find their life is one long spring day of joy and flowers and stardust and… I don’t know… birds singing? Whatever it is, I’ll make it happen for you!
I am around 6 years old in goddess years, and as you might expect, I have a special minion here at the shelter who has sponsored my adoption fee, so if you are the great home I’ve been waiting for, you can save that money and spend it buying me delicacies. Deal?
Then email Marissa, my “cat"vocate,” at email@example.com. She’ll arrange for the proper supplications and offerings.
One more thing: I may hate kibble, but I love reblogs. You know what to do.
This beautiful little swallow arrived at WAF recently after falling from its nest. Sadly, despite efforts, it was unable to be returned.
It was given a check-up from our vet team and was very lethargic and dehydrated. Luckily, after fluids and treatment it slowly picked up and is now with one of our dedicated swallow carers for round the clock care!
Meet Ira! Born a rooster instead of a hen, Ira was dumped at a public park where he would have died. A passer-by messaged us, asking what they should do. We said “pick him up!” and they did! Thanks to their selfless actions, Ira is now safe at our rescue and adoption center. He is sweet and looking for a forever home!
Concept: Lance gets into the habit of talking about his feelings with the people he meets during missions, so there’s like this group of people scattered all across the universe who don’t know each other but are connected by the fact that they all occasionally take a minute out of their day to wonder how that chatty blue kid’s doing