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ResQte Of The Week: Furrtographer Files, Vol. II

Last week, we presented the first installment of “Furrtographer Faves” for ResQte Of The Week, ’cause, well, we liked the name- how the F and F go together. Today we present part II! (It’s “Files” now, though.)

First up, we have a Black Kitteh (above) named Ferdinand, and the Tortie below is named Stockton. Ferdy was born with eyelid agenesis. According to Saving Grace Rescue in San Francisco, his eyes are healing well after surgery. He is extra playful, has a big, loud purr and will be a large, robust hunk of a cat!

SGR says Stockton “is from a Stockton animal shelter and arrived here at 4 weeks of age with lumbar spine trauma. She’s adorable, playful and loving. The only extra care she needs is bladder expressions. She gets around and even climbs cat trees since her hind legs do move. It’s her lumbar spine muscles that are weak.” Both of ’em are at SG, right now, as in today! If you know someone in the area who wants a ResQte Kitteh, forward them the link to this post!



Got Time To Help A Furrtographer Out?

We’ll let Josh N. tell the story. (He doesn’t know we’re posting this, BTW. We snagged this off his FB.)

“Hey everyone – can you PLEASE help me out if you have a second? I need you to vote for me in the Beast of the Bay awards! I know it’s a PITA, but if you would be so kind please do the following:

1. Go here.
2. Scroll to question #43
3. Type “The Furrtographer”
4. Click through to the end.
5. Feel good about yourself for helping me!


ResQte Of The Week III: Furrtographer Faves

The Furrtographer’s been busy! Most of these guys are available now (except for Nicolette above and Rudolph, the #2 photo- the hovers have their names) at the San Francisco Animal Care & Control.

As always, though you probably don’t live nearby, maybe you know someone who does!







The Furrtographer’s Gif-tastic Kitteh #2

As promised earlier, we present The Furrtographer’s Gif-tastic Kitteh #2!

The Furrtographer’s Gif-tastic Kitteh #1

And of course this means that sometime today, there will be a Furrtographer Gif-tastic Kitteh #2!

Furrtographer Faves

Everyone who reads C.O. on a regular basis knows that The Furrtographer is a frequent contributor. You can search his excellent work here. So we asked him to send his favorite Christmas holiday shots, and he gladly obliged!

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baby stockton






24 Hours Of Christmas Cute….continues!

Frida Furrtographer Follow-Up!

Just a few days ago, little Frida was recently appointed the acting Dog Mayor of San Francisco- The Furrtographer was on the scene and took these photos! (Looks like Frida was a little pooped after all the hoo-ha.)






Happy Birthday 2 The Furrtographer!

(He took the photo, too!)

The Furrtographer: “So, I Was At This Shoot….”

We’ll let Josh N. pick up the story as stolen lifted quoted from his FB page:

“….with a sweet grey kitten this morning when this bystander kept attacking me, then diving inside my camera bag. I’m going to need a security guard/bouncer one of these days!”


Back To Costa Rica With The Furrtographer

Cuteporter Holly H. spotted this Sloth-Tacular on The Telegraph. (Well, it turns out The Furrtographer was down at the Sloth Sanctuary in Costa Rica two years ago, but The Telly is just now on it. They must not have seen this post!) His comments are below.

“In 2012 I was lucky to be accepted as the “artist in residence” at the Sloth Sanctuary in Costa Rica, also known as Aviarios Del Caribe. My primary goal was to take photos of the sloths, as I had never seen one in the wild or at a zoo, and was curious to find out what they were like.”

“Over the course of my two week stay at the sanctuary I took many pictures, but also served as a volunteer alongside several other visitors from all around the world. The sanctuary has since discontinued its visitor and artist in residence program in order to focus its energies full-time on the sloths in its care, so I was extremely lucky to be able to experience the sloths up close like I did.”

“We were able to feed them twice a day which included preparing their meals, then delivering plates of food to them inside their roomy enclosures.”

“In the mornings after breakfast we’d take some of the younger orphaned sloths and train them to climb on a small jungle gym the sanctuary created out of large sticks.”

“Since these sloths were without a mother to show them the ropes, they had to learn on their own, and with the help of other sloths.”

“After some jungle gym time, we’d put the sloths back in their areas, then take a break for lunch. We’d repeat the process again in a few hours for dinner, which usually consisted of a plate of vegetables all freshly prepared by the volunteers and staff.”

“All in all it was an amazing trip, and I got to know many of the sloths on a personal level through spending a lot of time with them over the course of two weeks. They are sweet, curious, and have very sharp claws and a few sharp teeth as well.”

“I learned the females have a high-pitched mating call, and that most sloths only defecate about once a week at the bottom of whichever tree they are currently using for shelter.”

“Overall it was an amazing trip, and Judy and the rest of the staff were extremely hospitable.”

“I’d love to go back someday, and the sanctuary offers tours and lodging if you want to experience the sloths for yourself. I highly recommend it!”



All photos by The Furrtographer/Caters.