Sister Saturday with Dolly

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Brian's Home, adopt cats, we deserve it!Brian's Home, adopt cats, we deserve it!Hello happy bloggers, it’s me the Dolly and it’s my turn to do the Sister Saturday post.  I’m very happy to be able to do this too, but I’m a very happy girl.  I wasn’t always this happy though, and that is probably an understatement.  But now I am just so happy, and will smile, head-butt, and purr just about any old time.  It’s wonderful to be here!!!

Brian, of course as he always does, reminded me too that now everyone knows how all of us came to be here at Brian’s Home.  My story is a long one, but I was found via long distance, sort of, on Twitter.  Yes, seriously, and Brian calls me a social media rescue.

Would you do me a favor?  Go HERE to ready my full story.  I’ll wait right here for you to come back.

Welcome back, I told you it was a bit long.  The nice Vet that helped me so much is the one that was recently mentioned in the story about sweet Cobbie.  Jenna is also the one that helped so much with Selina (formerly Faith, who has her own blog now), Marg’s Little Bit, and Sister Precious too.  I really hope my story helps remind everyone that blogging, tweeting and facebooking about pets in need really can work.

Anyways, at the end of October I will celebrate 2 years of being here in my forever home and I just totally love being here.   Brian assigned me the job of Blogging Assistant.  That means it’s my job to sit on Dad’s lap while Dad is doing the typing and Brian is doing the dictating.  I love this job and I’m never, ever late for work.  As soon as Dad sits down at the typing spot I’m right there on duty!

One of my other favorite things is snuggling and I would love to snuggle up with my sibs, but mostly they get up and move when I snuggle up against them, except sometimes for Sister Gracie, she cooperates every once in a while.  But Dad always cooperates and I often snuggle up against his leg wherever he happens to be sitting.  I must say that I do love window whiffies too, there is so much to watch here, and it’s so much better being inside and safe.

I hope you enjoyed my post today and I’m already looking forward to my next turn.  Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!!  Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

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40 thoughts on “Sister Saturday with Dolly

  1. Simba

    Dolly, thank you for the reminder that it is always worth posting about an animal in need of a home. We are sorry you had such rough times. Mom is especially dismayed that you could have been in foster care in two such bad situations. She doesn’t get that people would foster animlas if they were not going to do a good job.

  2. Kitcaboodles

    Oh Dolly thank goodness for techno savvy Brian – this is such a positive story on the power of social networking, I will make sure to make use it more often to share stories on cats in need.
    P.s. you are GORGEOUS, your lovely long fur and different colours are out of this world =^..^=

  3. Marg

    Sister Dolly, that is quite a story. You poor thing. We are so glad you found such a great home and are a happy cat now. We sure love our Little Bit too. You sure are a pretty kitty.
    Hope all of you have great day with lots of window whiffs.
    Take care.

  4. Sage

    We love stories with happy endings and you had one of the best, Dolly! And it sounds like you have one of the best positions in the house. Nothing better than a good lap, right?

  5. Admiral Hestorb

    Oh Sister Dolly, you dear little girl. Kisses and love to you always and all of your siblings too. I am going now to read your story, darling girl. xoxox

  6. Hannah and Lucy

    We new you were rescued Dolly but we hadn’t read your story until today. Wow you had a real mean start in life but when we look at you we can see what a gentle loving girl you are. Thanks to Brian and his Dad and the family you have a wonderful furever home.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

  7. Jacqueline

    Gorgeous Dolly, you traveled such a hard, long road to get to your awesome, loving forever home-it was meant to be, precious girl!…We are so happy you were able to find a safe haven and thrive with your wonderful family; you are so special and deserve all the happiness you have found!…Happy weekend, sweet friends…kisses…Calle, Halle, Sukki

  8. Bailey

    I LOVED reading your story, Dolly! I agree with you — there’s nothing like the power of social media… especially in the blogging world!

    Happy Saturday woofs & hugs! <3

    ~Bailey (Yep, I'm a girl!)

  9. Fluffy and Heather

    Your case just goes to show that social media can help when it comes to finding homes for cats! We’re glad the dark days are over and that you’re with such a loving family now. 🙂

  10. Ginger Jasper

    Thank goodness for technology and that it reached you. How could that non person throw you out to fend for yourself makes mum’s blood run cold. I am glad you got to have Brian’s home as your forever home because you got a good one. Hugs GJ xx

  11. Tamago

    Hi Sister Dolly! I am so happy you are now with such great family and a very happy girl 🙂 You do deserve a wonderful life, you are so special. Have a happy weekend!!

  12. GreatGranny

    Lovely Dolly, I’ve not read your story yet, but I’m so glad your Dad found you. I was adopted this Month 2007.
    xoxo Kassey

  13. Iris

    What a story! You sure had a rough start in life with many bumps in the road. The best part of this story is it has a happy ending. I wish all homeless, mistreated dumped cats could have loving homes like yours.

  14. Old Kitty

    Awwww gorgeous and most beautiful sister Dolly!! You are the most wonderful blogging assistant ever! Yay for you!! Me and Charlie are so so so so happy that you found your forever home after such an awful start in life! Yay for you and all the wonderful humans and bloggie friends who went all out to help you! Yay!

    Hugs too to sweet Brian, Precious, Zoe, Gracie and Sascha! Take care

  15. Tom the Church Cat

    Sweet Dolly, you were very, very lucky, but of course, you already know that. It’s so sad that for many homeless animals, there isn’t the happy ending you had. Your story surprised me in that we always think fosters are as close to a forever home as one can get, but could very well be a horrible situation, too. I never realized that.

    I’m glad you have a home of forever purrs with good folks like Brian, Mom, Dad and your other sisfurs!


  16. ann dziemianowicz

    Dolly you have been through so much, sweet kitty. What an incredible story. That is wonderful that you were saved by social media. And now you are the Blogging Assistant!

  17. Tillie & Georgia

    That was a great post Dolly and we are also happy that you are such a happy kitty now 🙂
    Your story is one with the purrfect happy ending 🙂
    Your furs are so pretty!! Must be all that good home living 😉 heehee
    Purrs Tillie and Georgia

  18. Momo

    You’ve been through a lot and we are so glad that you finally settled into a loving home. Incredible how some people can be so cruel and irresponsible.

  19. mariodacat

    Wow – you really do have quite a rescue story. You poor kitty. Such a rough beginning, but thank C Brian and his family rescued you. You found the purrfect home at last. I was dumped out in the street too with no front claws. Our stories are similiar, only you were shuffled around more den I was. How can anyone do dat to us nice kitties.

  20. Catherine

    I think all you kitties have a pretty sweet place to live. Full of lots of food, nip, and love! Very lucky!

    Hope you had a nice Saturday!

    xo Catherine

  21. Gracie

    Nice that you share in the postings. Being an only I don’t have to worry about that. I am so beyond happy that you have a wonderful loving furever home and now we are friends.

  22. Whisppy

    There are so many heroes in your rescue, Sister Dolly. Jenna, Dr Anderson, Brian, your pawrents. What a lovely gotcha story and you’re such a wonderful girl for not letting the experience get you down. Keep being happy, Dolly!

  23. Oui Oui

    Dolly, we didn’t know what a horrible start you had in life! We just knew how beautiful you are. Thank goodness Brian is as nice as he is! We read your whole story, and got a little laugh at the photo of you under the story “Terry, You Rock the House Down”. You are on a bed and in the background is a tabby pillow. Our Mom has a pillow like that and when Mica Moo came to live with us, Mica kept hissing at it every time she saw it. So the Mom had to hide it! We are so glad you have a good home now. Every animal deserves one.

  24. Clooney

    Dolly you are so sweet and gorgeous! We are so happy you ended up at Brian’s with that wonderful family of yours. We had read your story before, it is quite something. We think you make an excellent Blogging Assistant as it sounds like you take your job very seriously.

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