kyle cassidy (kylecassidy) wrote,
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City Kitties Art Auction

Ladies and Gentlemen, let me tell you that I fell in love in Minneapolis. Yes. Despite the fact that I just got married, my heart now belongs to a blind cat that lives with Neil Freaking Gaiman. Her name is Zoe and she was rescued from a barn in 1995. She loves people and when she hears you come into the room, her little head tracks around and she mewps saying "If you can't see me, I'm making a noise so you can find me and pet me! I'm over here!" and when you leave the room she stands up and mewps again "You've gotten lost! I'm making this noise so you can find your way back to me!"

What could be better than having a cute little bunny like this?

Probably nothing, but the next closest thing is having an 8x10 print signed by me and Neil Freaking Gaiman himself. There are two such prints and both of them are up for auction at this years City Kitties Art Auction which raises money to help homeless cats in West Philadelphia.



The City Kitties auction is this friday and features lots of art that will look grand in your home and lots of great music.

Since there are probably lots of you who would love this print but can't make it to the auction, they're going to hang one on the wall and put the other up on ebay. I'll post details, but you should start collecting your pennies and picking out wall space for it right now.





If you can't make it to the auction you can donate anyway.

If you don't want to donate do not under any circumstances click on this link to their happy tails page of success stories.

There's much new good news, but it shall have to wait for a while. I am off. Have a swell day, and do something nice for an animal, it makes the world a better place.
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