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Accepting Commissions to Help with Final Vet Bills




So… tonight, at 12am after a panic trip to the all night emergency vet, Sasquatch (the kitten formerly known as Peregrine) passed away. 

The prognosis from the vet came down to the fact I could spend two thousand dollars and she still very likely wouldn’t make it, so I made the decision to let her go.

Even so, I am now out about $250 that I simply don’t have.

I’m opening up commissions to help pay for her final costs.

Rough guidelines would be…
    Bust sketch: $10 -

Rendered bust: $20-$30-


    Full body - really varies by what, who, armored or not, etc. Anywhere from $35 to $100 depending on how crazy you want and backgrounds and such.


    I will also do other stuff like designwork, tattoos, I’ll draw your cat, whatever. Just… no porn. My porn sucks. You don’t want it.



Contact me by ask and we can work out the details. The only issue is I can’t take paypal, so it’s checks/MOs or well-concealed flat green stuff.

Thanks for reading…scarletdisciple:


Kitten can’t walk but learns with a walker - Tails of Survival

An adorable black and white Kitten with a neurological disorder couldn’t walk, but relearned how to use his back legs by using a walker every day. 
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Thumper was rescued out of a yard filled with animals left abandoned and neglected. Thumper would have died for sure, because it was soon discovered, he couldn’t walk because of a neurological disorder. His Foster mom, had a walker custom built for him and it immediately improved his walking. Thumper learned to walk and rehabilitated by some therapy and sessions in his walker every day. After a few weeks, he was running. Now he just needs his forever home.