Currently, donations are accepted via PayPal:
There's also my Amazon Wish List that works equally as well as donations for me. Feel free to buy things that are used; I'm not picky about reading or playing second hand items as long as their in decent condition.
Lastly, as an Amazon.com Associate, I earn a small referral fees for books purchased through my website.
If any of these options don't work for you but you'd still like to donate, feel free to e-mail me to work something out.
04 March 2011
Woah. Four years to the day, I'm updating the Donation page to talk about my other cat Pascal who was just recently diagnosed with Fibrosarcoma. We had found a strange lump on one of her ribs which had grown considerably over the course of a couple months so we took her into the vet, vet didn't like the look of it, removed and biopsied the mass, and the results came back as cancer. She's due in for another surgery so naturally this is costing me a nice chunk of change. As before, if you'd like to help with my medical costs as I try and do all that I can for the best cat (if not the brattiest) in the world, it's much appreciated.
Pascal the first night back from the vet with her cone and surgical scar.
This pathetic thing woke us up at 6am. Note the position of her left leg.
Enjoying the day despite having a cone stuck on her head.
04 March 2007
I recently had to take Darwin to the after-hours veternarian and he had an overnight stay there and another one at his regular vet. Unfortunately, I do not have pet health insurance so I ended up paying the full medical cost which was a fairly significant amount of cash. He's okay now though not very happy since he's been confined to the bathroom. So any donations will be used to help me pay for this medical bills. The abridged story of what happened (as well as a couple pictures of his partially shaved leg) can be found on the Dev Log.