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Fashion, Marcy To The Rescue

What To Wear When Rescuing Cats? Why, Anthropologie, Of Course

Cynthia:  This is what I wore last Wednesday to celebrate National Feral Cat Day. Cat ears and an Anthropologie Corey Lynn Calter skirt.

 

Marcy:  Wait. You celebrated? I thought you were supposed to cry. I mean, that’s what you usually do.

Cynthia (ignoring her):  It occurred to me that I frequently wear Anthropologie clothes when I am out doing cat rescue. So I thought I’d share.

Marcy (alarmed):  Oh no! Are you going to post another hundred photos of yourself?

Cynthia:  Umm…let’s see…1..2…3…4… Nope. Only four. You know, Marcy, many of our readers are Anthropologie lovers and they may appreciate this.

Marcy:  Fine. It’s Anthropologie in action.

Cynthia: Here I am wearing Anthropologie’s Charleston Henley Blouse when I was accepting a grant on behalf of The Kris Kelly Foundation from the Pacific Palisades Women’s Club. This photo is from The Palisades Post.

 

 

Cynthia: Here I am wearing an Anthropologie Deletta tee when I was helping out a family in Cerritos.

Those are kitties in the car. I had humanely trapped them the night before and in this picture they had just been spayed/neutered by FixNation. After recuperating for another night, I released them to their original location  – the family’s backyard. And that is where they happily live today. The process is called TNR (Trap/Neuter/Return) and it is the most effective and humane way to reduce the feral cat population.

 

 

Cynthia: Here I am wearing Anthropologie’s Elkanah Jacket. That kitty and 8 others were living behind a motel in Los Angeles. We humanely trapped all nine. Five kittens we adopted to great homes and four adults had to be returned since they were semi-feral. They have an excellent person feeding them and are doing great.

 

 

Cynthia:  And here I am at the opening of PetSmart in Los Angeles wearing the Abbreviated Blazer and the Loosened Shelby top. The Kris Kelly Foundation shows their adoptable cats and dogs here. PetSmart Charities donates space in their stores, as well as money for spay/neuter programs to 501c3 rescue groups.

 

 

Cynthia: The blonde in the white shirt is the beautiful Kris from The Kris Kelly Foundation. I learned how to do TNR through her rescue.

Marcy:  Oh I love her!

Cynthia:  Me too!

Marcy:  You know, Cindy, just because you wear Anthropologie doesn’t mean that you haven’t already fallen into the abyss of Crazy Cat Ladydom. You’ve been bonkers for a while now.

Cynthia:  I know, but I love you sooo much!

Cynthia spontaneously scoops up Marcy and gives her some smooches.

 

 

Marcy:  Oh geez. Here we go again.