hi. people call me scituate. you can call me scituate or scitch or bituate or tituate or by my slave name LIZ.

i reblog cute animals and tv i like and idk whatever k

 

hotdiggitydogblog:

This was before we got Max. His previous owner took him swinging. I’m too helicopter mom to do something like this. BUT LOOK AT HIS FACE! I think he was born happy. 

hotdiggitydogblog:

This was before we got Max. His previous owner took him swinging. I’m too helicopter mom to do something like this. BUT LOOK AT HIS FACE! I think he was born happy. 

pansexualfacts:

Fact: The reason many people say that Pansexuals don’t exist is because they are actually just swarms of bees in human clothing. Do not make the bees angry.

this is clayton. he was adopted from the same shelter i adopted both my cats from and he needs your help:
"My name is Clayton. I was born in a foster home to a pregnant cat who had been brought to Standish as a stray. My foster mom said I was the sweetest kitten, and I quickly found a wonderful forever home. My life was perfect. Then, one day a horrible thing happened. I tried to stand up and walk, but I couldn’t. Every time I tried to get up and walk, my feet splayed out to the side and as hard as I tried, I could not walk. My owner took me to the vet and was told that I have a congenital condition that can be cured by surgery and that my prognosis is excellent. The vet said I have two luxating patellas, which means my kneecaps are dislocated. My owner was so happy to hear that I would be fine, but then his joy turned to tears when he was told how much the surgery would cost. The estimated cost of the surgery was thousands of dollars, so my owner turned to Standish for help. Of course, Standish agreed to help and immediately talked to the vet and negotiated the lowest price for the cost of my surgery. My owner has already spent a substantial amount of money caring for me and will continue to do so, but he cannot afford the entire amount necessary for me to walk again. Standish has some funds available for veterinary expenses for extraordinary situations such as mine but still needs to raise additional funds before I can have the surgery. CAN YOU HELP ME BY MAKING A DONATION TO STANDISH FOR MY MEDICAL EXPENSES? Any amount will help and be greatly appreciated. YOU CAN DONATE IN SEVERAL WAYS:

Make a secure donation through our website www.standishhumane.orgusing a credit card or PayPal. Please make a notation that the donation is for “Clayton’s Surgery.”
Call in your credit card donation to 781-834-4663.Please make sure the person processing your payment knows your donation is for “Clayton’s Surgery.”
Send your check made payable to:Standish Humane SocietyP.O. Box 634Duxbury, MA 02331Please make a notation that the check is for “Clayton’s Surgery.”
Thank you so much for reading my story. I will keep you posted on my progress. Purrs, Clayton”

i know we’re all broke but if enough people give a little it will amount to a lot. let’s help get this cat back on his feet.

this is clayton. he was adopted from the same shelter i adopted both my cats from and he needs your help:

"My name is Clayton. I was born in a foster home to a pregnant cat who had been brought to Standish as a stray. My foster mom said I was the sweetest kitten, and I quickly found a wonderful forever home. My life was perfect. Then, one day a horrible thing happened. I tried to stand up and walk, but I couldn’t. Every time I tried to get up and walk, my feet splayed out to the side and as hard as I tried, I could not walk. 
My owner took me to the vet and was told that I have a congenital condition that can be cured by surgery and that my prognosis is excellent. The vet said I have two luxating patellas, which means my kneecaps are dislocated. My owner was so happy to hear that I would be fine, but then his joy turned to tears when he was told how much the surgery would cost. 
The estimated cost of the surgery was thousands of dollars, so my owner turned to Standish for help. Of course, Standish agreed to help and immediately talked to the vet and negotiated the lowest price for the cost of my surgery. My owner has already spent a substantial amount of money caring for me and will continue to do so, but he cannot afford the entire amount necessary for me to walk again. Standish has some funds available for veterinary expenses for extraordinary situations such as mine but still needs to raise additional funds before I can have the surgery. CAN YOU HELP ME BY MAKING A DONATION TO STANDISH FOR MY MEDICAL EXPENSES? Any amount will help and be greatly appreciated. 
YOU CAN DONATE IN SEVERAL WAYS:

Make a secure donation through our website www.standishhumane.orgusing a credit card or PayPal. 
Please make a notation that the donation is for “Clayton’s Surgery.”

Call in your credit card donation to 781-834-4663.
Please make sure the person processing your payment knows your donation is for “Clayton’s Surgery.”

Send your check made payable to:
Standish Humane Society
P.O. Box 634
Duxbury, MA 02331
Please make a notation that the check is for “Clayton’s Surgery.”

Thank you so much for reading my story. I will keep you posted on my progress. 
Purrs, Clayton”

i know we’re all broke but if enough people give a little it will amount to a lot. let’s help get this cat back on his feet.