Episode 16 Wilma

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Purrcast Episode 16 featuring Wilma. Wilma has the nickname of Wee-Ma even though she is neither. If you enjoy Purrcast and want to help you can donate to us through http://patreon.com/purrcast. Patreon is a system where you can pledge a per episode donation and access special featured content. Right now on Patreon the featured bonus content is the all purring Purrcast Mega-Mix Vol 1. Over 40 minutes of uninterrupted purring as a thank you for supporting Purrcast.

Episode 15 Twinkle

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This recording is from our foster cat Twinkle’s first night with us. She was a street cat that has a rakish clipped ear from a tag and release program. She had a bad case of mites which had spread to the rest of her head which was scabby and awful looking. As you can hear from the purring she was ecstatic to be getting love, food and shelter (she prefers love). After recovering from an upper respiratory infection she is purring even louder and deeper when she isn’t acting the fool like any 1 year old kitten should. Purrcast will have her back on as a guest soon to compare recordings.

If you like cats and Purrcast consider donating to us through our patreon http://www.patreon.com/purrcast. Patreon lets us say thanks and present little extras to our supporters. Having our cats pay their own room and board by being on a podcast would be living the dream.

Podcast+Purring=Purrcast.

Episode 11 Ollie Mollie

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 This is the contented nursing purr from our newest foster cat Ollie Mollie and some smackey sounds from her kittens. Sadly, Ollie Mollie was sick through her pregnancy and the kittens failed to thrive and didn’t make it. We are very sad and want to honor them with the relaunch of the podcast. Olly Molly is recuperating but will be up for adoption soon. (adopted by a friend of ours!) If you would like to help you can foster or adopt at your local shelters or donate to charities like The Franky Fund for critical medical treatment for injured or ill animals at Baltimore City shelters. It all makes a difference in the world.