Post 572: Overseas Adoptions

Crossbred Tarantula (New [Location])pastedImage

I plan on moving overseas and I don’t want to stress myself or the tarantula out with the journey.
She is several years old, quite docile, and a heavy webber.
She is a crossbreed of a Honduran Curly Hair (Brachypelma Albopilosum) and a Mexican Red Rump (Brachypelma vagans) but looks mostly like a Mexican red rump.
Unfortunately, I’ve had to keep her discreet since I am currently living in a place that doesn’t allow pets so I’ve had to dispose of her terrarium. However, she does come with a temporary 12x12x12 tank with the essentials but preference will be given to someone who has or will have a nice set up. Small adoption fee of $50. Continue reading
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Post 570: Sitter, Not a Walker

Pet sitter available (no dogs)
Greetings!

My last fur baby recently passed away from old age and I can no longer afford pets (vet bills). I love animals and already feel lonely without them in my life, so I thought maybe pet sitting would help me with companionship while providing a cheap service to those in need! Continue reading

Post 569: The Further Adventures of Winston and Pickles

Back in the days of You Suck at Craigslist, one of the commentators (Mindfield) posted chapters in the lives of two genie pigs, known and loved as Winston and Pickles. Years have passed and nothing has been heard from this dynamic duo, although the occasional sighting is still reported. Behold, I may have discovered their current line of work. Pretending to be happy and healthy piggies for a sitting concern. Continue reading

Post 567: Long Ago and Faraday

Back in the 1950s when I was born, we didn’t have mattresses or cushions on our day beds. We were happy to have the steel frame so we weren’t on the ground. And if we needed both beds, we had to hold one up to make it the same height. None of those fancy spring releases to push, I can tell you! We also knew the difference between a day bed and a trundle. Now get that contraption off my lawn! Continue reading