Houston! We Have A Problem! #Caturday

Sweetie PieSweetie Pie Turner here.

Did I say Houston! We have a problem!? I meant an opportunity.

MomGoth’s cat blogging friend Kiril Kundurazieff, a.k.a. The Mad Macedonian, is looking for a new apartment in Houston, Texas, where he lives. This is the daddy of The Opinionated Pussycats, Elvira and Sneakers, so any apartment they get has to allow furbabies.

The girls are already helping him look. They sent me a couple of pictures.

While he was at work:

Houston! We have a problem!When he got home:

OP_AptHunters4They’re very good furbabies, and they tell me that he’s a very good daddy and needs to not have so much to worry him.

If anybody knows of any inexpensive apartments in Houston that will allow cats, please email opinionated.feline@gmail.com and let Kiril, Elvira, and Sneakers know.

As Elvira would say, Felinity Assembled will thank you!

A WRITING PROMPT FOR ANIMALS: A human’s animals help him or her solve a problem.


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One thought on “Houston! We Have A Problem! #Caturday

  1. Jane

    September 6, 2014 at 10:13am

    Good luck, Elvira & Co.
    Sweetie Pie is a bundle of helpfulness lately. SH
    he is growing into her new job of taking care of MomGoth and now she’s expeanding her purview.
    Well done. Sweetie!

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    • Marian Allen

      September 6, 2014 at 3:14pm

      Yes, I’m very proud of Sweetie Pie — she’s living up to her name. πŸ™‚

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  2. Kiril Kundurazieff

    September 7, 2014 at 10:20am

    Thank you Sweetie Pie, from Elvira, Sneakers and I.

    We really appreciate your and MomGoth’s support and encouragement!

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    • Marian Allen

      September 7, 2014 at 1:40pm

      The perfect apartment for you three is out there somewhere. It’s looking for you, lonely for you. Let it be known you’re looking and what you need. Drop the word to favorite customers, fellow workers, grocery store clerks, people in line with you at the movies, people you run over with your bike into while riding your bike. It’ll find you. πŸ™‚

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  3. Kiril Kundurazieff

    September 8, 2014 at 1:32am

    LOL! To tell you the truth, since I first began living alone, in 98, after my sisters & I sold the family home, the best place I’ve lived was a 1 BR 20’s era bungalow, in Pomona, Ca. It was where I was when I adopted Nikita and got my 1st computer. I lived there for 4 years (98-02), collecting the rent from 4 neighboring bungalows, & acting as “Manager” for the landlord.

    RE: Let it be known you’re looking and what you need…..

    I’ve mentioned my situation to a few co-workers but that’s it. Not much time for more than that in our busy store. Walmart’s Associates in Critical Need program can’t help me unless I’m homeless and is a time consuming affair anyway, from what I’ve learned.

    I don’t get out much and haven’t been to the movies since maybe 2012.

    Can’t afford to do things I’d like to. Work schedule makes it difficult, if not impossible, to attend church or go to Open Mics where I could read my poetry.

    As for my bike…Cleopatra is pretty much caput. It’s been a couple months since I last rode her. The ol’ gal needs a full overhaul, new wheels, tires and tubes…all too much for me…and I can’t even honorably retire her and get a cheap new bike from Walmart.com, right now…So I ride the bus exclusively.

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    • Marian Allen

      September 8, 2014 at 8:43am

      Ooo! The bus is good! Tell the bus driver and ask him/her to let you know about anything. Say it loud enough that some fellow riders can hear it. I know you go to the grocery! Go to Goodwill or Salvation Army to ask about their bikes, and let them know your apartment needs.

      Here’s a link to Houston, Texas Rent Assistance: http://www.rentassistance.us/ci/tx-houston


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  4. Kiril Kundurazieff

    September 8, 2014 at 12:53pm

    I don’t go to the grocery THAT often that someone would remember me, and bus drivers here are not always the same or very talkative, not like with where I grew up in SoCal. πŸ˜€

    I’ve had a customer make suggestions, recently, that I aim to look into, though.

    I will look into the Salvation Army & Goodwill, re bikes, but if they need work before I can ride them then I’m better off spending $250 on Walmart.com.

    As for rental assistance programs…A waste of time.

    I had been trying on the first, for a few months, to get thru to several but lines are busy right from get go so and by 10am any available funds are gone,

    Good news is that, thanks to a couple of donations I paid my rent today, 3 days earlier than planned.

    Also, my next paycheck, on the 11th, is going to be larger than expected, not just because my raise took effect for the whole 2 week period covered, but a nice quarterly bonus came through that I forgot was going to be due soon. πŸ˜€

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