First happy Tadpole Tuesday! This picture and along with all of my other ones of him turned 10 years old on March 4th, 2014--aw. I can't believe its been that long ago. I wish I could just hold him one more time. And to answer a few people, Tadpole was a Ragdoll, not a Siamese.
5 things you never knew about Tadpole:
1: Tadpole was such a sweet cat and he'd follow us everywhere (typical Ragdoll behavior), that I had started calling him "The Following Cat".
2: When his old owner was moving she didn't take him, because I loved him too much. Tadpole was 14 when we got him and he later died from Feline leukemia in 2005 at 15 years old.
3: I have no digital photos of Tadpole to this day; then how did I get the one pictured above? Well, back then we had film so we'd take the pictures and get them developed, easy right? 9 years later long after Tadpole was dead, I had came acrossed a few old photos of him from 2004, so I took pictures of those pictures with our iPad. Original and creative, I bet you never thought of that idea. Originally I only have about 5 photos of him.
4: I have no idea why, but when we had Tadpole we had lived on a farm with chickens, and of course chickens kinda need chicken feed right? Well, apparently so did Tadpole--I had mixed chicken feed with water from the hose and stirred it up, I know eww, but hey he loved it! We referred to this as a "milkshake" lol.
5: Sense I had grown up with Tadpole for a bit, I had basically tortured him. Not in a abusive way, but in a "child-type-way", like trapping him under a bucket that I now use to hold my cats toys, walking him on this stuffed animal dog's leash when he never wore a collar, stepping on his tail, yanking his fur, his tail, then there was that time I had sprayed him with the cold water from the hose; don't worry Tadpole was a bad ass cat and didn't mind it. Everything I've listed above I never got scratched or bit by him; okay, he had scratched me once in the 1 and a half years that we had him, as I had stepped on his tail by mistake.
Now, let's kick off with some MUST have cat products that I love. Note: some of these were reviews (I'll say if they were a review or not) but others were not, this is not a review by the way.
Price: $60 dollars, now 20-ish. Didn't pay for it, thankfully, lol.
Price: $6 dollars.
Price: I have no idea as it came with Nico&Anya. Didn't pay for it.
Price: $4 dollars. Didn't pay for it.
Price: $125 dollars.
Price: I'm not sure, as I got this 7 years ago in 2007 and was part of a birthday present. Didn't pay for it.
Price: I'm not sure as these were from a giveaway, that I was given to sense she didn't have a cat. But the price of these is about $5 dollars. Didn't pay for it.
Price: I'm not sure as it came with Nico&Anya. But in Petsmart it is about $17-20 dollars. Didn't pay for it.
Note/tip: do NOT under ANY circumstance shake this bottle up! Never I say! It smells terrible! Don't shake it and it smells like nothing. Do not breath in!
Price: I'm not sure as it came with Nico&Anya. And sadly I can't seem to find it anywhere:-( Not even online. Didn't pay for it.
Note: might be discontinued:-( Smells wonderful, I could smell it for hours!
Price: $4 dollars.
Price: $6 dollars, but I got it on sall for $3 dollars! Yay!
Price: $10 dollars for the both of them. Didn't pay for it though.
Price: Didn't pay for it, but $3-6 dollars.
Price: $7 dollars.
Note: might scare the shit out of you in the middle of the night...
Price: $3-4 dollars. Didn't pay for it.
Price: $4 dollars.
Price: Didn't pay for it, but $3 dollars or so.
Price: Didn't pay for it, but about $3 dollars or so.
Price: $1 dollar each. Didn't pay for it.
Price: $5 dollars.
Note: lasts a long time; ours finally stopped lighting up after almost 2 years.
I have more must have cat products, but this post is already long enough;-) Next week.