So excited for another afternoon visit from our friends at the Pet Pantry! This weeks "Furry Find of the Week" is Gonzales. Gonzales is a 3 year old neutered male, domestic Shorthair-Tabby/white cat. He's friendly and loves attention. He's also curious, smart and very active/playful! He gets along well with other cats (dogs unknown), and has lived with children. Gonzales is litterbox trained, felv/fiv negtive, UTD with vaccines. He would be a good companion for another active, friendly cat. Otherwise needs an attentive family who will actively play with him! If Gonzales sounds like the perfect fit for your home, please contact the Pet Pantry of Lancaster County.
A great big thank you to Lori Kelley, Rescue & Foster Care Coordinator from the Pet Pantry of Lancaster County. Lori brought sweet little Cecilia to visit the WROZ studios today. Cecilia is in need of a loving family to adopt her. Here are few details we learned about her today: Cecilia is a 5 month old Calico Tabby Cat. She's had all her vaccinations, is spayed, litter box trained and microchipped. Cecilia is a playful and curious cat who gets along well with other cats. To adopt Cecilia please contact the Pet Pantry of Lancaster County.
There's a woman in Winchester, England who lives alone in a five-bedroom house. We're not sure how old she is, but she has an adult son.
Anyway, she hadn't even opened the door to one of the spare bedrooms for three months, until her son came to visit last weekend. And when he went in, he discovered that the entire upper half of the twin-sized bed was covered by a huge WASPS' NEST.
There's a photo of it online. And when we say huge, I mean the nest was four feet wide, went from one side of the bed to the other, and covered most of the pillow.
According to the exterminator, there were FIVE THOUSAND wasps living in it. And they were also INSIDE the mattress.
He says it was so impressive, he actually felt BAD about killing them all. But as soon as he started messing with the nest, THOUSANDS of wasps started swarming him. So obviously it was dangerous, and they didn't have a choice.
There's probably an "empty nest" joke we could make here, but we won't . . . because we're WAY too freaked out by the photo.