Hi everyone! I figured instead of making a GoFundMe, I’d do a fundraiser where you’d get something useful in return, a keychain gadget that also shows your support to fight FIP, and gives you an excuse to tell other people about the cure for this disease. A removable shopping cart release key I designed that allows you to unlock shopping carts with coin mechanisms on them. I almost never have change on me. Works on Loonie and Quarter carts. It stays on your keychain, helps you with your shopping, and also shows your support to FIGHT and DESTROY FIP! Show your keychain fellow cat owner, and warn them to watch out for this horrible disease AND that a cure exists should their beloved kitty ever need it.
The double sided Cart Boss – one side for slot quarter carts, and the other side for slot loonie carts. 1 Cart Boss for all your needs! No need to carry two Cart Boss sizes on your keys.
Put it on your key-ring, and slide it through the slot to switch sides quickly. Cool, huh?
Which side is which? We’ve made that easy to identify by both sight and touch – the loonie side is shaped like a loonie – 11-sided, and the quarter side is round like a quarter.
What you get:
1 Cart Boss Crocogator
Two tone CNC Anodized Aluminum
-Built to withstand punishment. Won’t ever rust. Light and strong. CNC alum. always beats pot metal. Not made by people smoking pot as they pour the pot metal into the pot.
Q: So why sell individual sizes if this does it all?
A: Depends on where you live. Some people need both sizes, and some only need one.
Q: Crocogator? What’s that?
A: The meanest animal on earth. One half it’s body – alligator, the other half – crocodile. What makes it so meeean? Well:
Tigger is a 1 year old bengal kitty with FIP, and also tested positive for FIV and FeLV. Yes, the three evil F’s. When I went to go buy Taz from my breeder, she mentioned he has a brother who appeared a little too skinny and his fur always stuck up a bit, so she gave me Tigger for adoption. We both knew that Tigger looked a bit off, although acting fine at the time, would probably have issues down the road, and which would incur major vet bills debt for me. A few months later, boy, was that true! But Taz and Tigger are so close, I couldn’t think of forcing them to part ways. A lot like my brother and me. So we adopted Tigger too. I’m treating him with the daily Oscar GS injections, thanks to the amazing people running this group, and is doing great, even better than when we first got him, just like his brother Taz. Bouncing off the walls and pouncing on anything that moves, like the crazy bengal he is. The two of them are absolutely inseperable. Tigger meows “thanks!”
-catching nerf darts & bb’s mid-air
-chases his own tail. And Taz’s tail (Taz’? Taz’s? Taz’zz??)
-climbs the fence and terrorizes the neighbour’s chickens if I’m not looking
-if it isn’t meat or cake, he won’t touch it.
-hides behind a chair, and pounces on anyone who walks by.