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Meet Fistopher: The 'very sad and depressed' cat who just found his forever home
A Maryland couple drove two hours to adopt the timid-looking couch-potato cat, who was reportedly "sad and depressed."One might chalk the feline's recent bout of luck up to that, coupled with the fact his Petfinder profile may be one of the most, well, depressing posts anyone has ever read.
Comedian Kurt Krömer , who is actually called Alexander Bojan, apparently has enough of the show business! After it has just been known that, the next bad news is now following for his fans. According to information from the mirror, Alexander is said to have said at his last stage show:
"People, I think that's the 24th out of 63 shows of this tour. It will go until June 3 next year. And then I stop. I was on tour for 25 years and never took a break. ”He added how it is typical for the comedian with a wink:“ I always ended a show on Sundays and told me: 'That's it, now you live from yours Save. ”
'Gentle giant' with a 'big heart': Tuxedo cat named Augustus Gloop is up for adoption in Utah
Thinking about bringing a furry friend home and into the family this month? A 12-year-old tuxedo cat is up for adoption at Best Friends Animal Society in Salt Lake City, Utah. Augustus Gloop the cat was originally rescued from Magic Valley Society in Twin Falls, Idaho, in October 2022.TWO DOGS IN NORTH CAROLINA NEED ADOPTING AMID POTENTIAL EUTHANASIA AT OVERWHELMED SHELTERWhen Best Friends took in the 12-year-old cat, he had been declawed, was missing most of his teeth and had crusty eye discharge.
also interesting:Kurt Krömer: "My body has repelled this format"
“My body rejected this format at some point. I got up with a bad mood in the morning, I am in a bad mood, I torn the editorial sessions with a bad mood and made the show, with a bad mood ”- seems like the end was inevitable!
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