From Cat Lovers Community we hear the story of Tigger, a klepto-moggie owned by an Oregon cop. Fortunately, marijuana is now legal in Oregon, and even if they could identify the perp, there’d be nothing to do:
The Lanai Cat Sanctuary in Hawaii is home to nearly 500 cats of varying shapes and sizes. Visitors are welcome to pet any and all of the feline inhabitants… if they can find them: the cats are not confined to cages, but rather free to roam and explore the sanctuary. How fun is that?
The sanctuary is located on the small Hawaiian island of Lanai, and is 25,000 square feet. That’s a lot of space for a cat to roam! All kitties are available for either foster or adoption, and any cat that doesn’t find a home can spend the rest of its life at the sanctuary. The sanctuary is open to the public between 10 a.m. to 3.p.m every day.
Here are three Instagram posts by lucky visitors:
Here’s a video (another one is here):
If you find yourself in Lanai, well, you’ll know what to do.
If you’ve followed this site, you’ll know that my favorite wild cat species is Pallas’s Cat, Otocolobus manul, often called the manul (see here, for instance). It’s a denizen of Central Asia, and has short ears, long fur, big paws, and a fluffy tail, all signs that it’s adapted to cold climates.
Bored Panda has a bunch of pictures of the manul, calling it “the most expressive cat in the world.” Here are a few of the photos; go to the site for more:
h/t: Amy, Taskin