Update to come! A lot has happened over this last year.
Don't really know how to start this section for I am not really use to writing of myself. So I'll again, start with the obvious. My name Anna and I am the founder of Fuzzy Butts Accessories! I am also a teenager, which might take you by surprise but I am your pretty average homeschooled high school student, who like many is just trying to juggle all my newfound responsibilities. These responsibilities not only include keeping up with a college prep program and caring for my four ratty girls, but managing all the affairs of Fuzzy Butts as well! It has been a crazy, yet a wonderful adventure so far and do hope it stays that way. As you read this, you may be doubting my maturity and ability of running a business, but I assure you I spend much time working towards producing a safe, affordable and fun product that both you and your furry friend can enjoy. Now time for me to get back to work!
How Fuzzy Butts Accessories began:
Ok, trying to think of how to even start this section for it is a long one! I guess I should start off with how Fuzzy Butts came to be. It all began when I came to be when this one little ratty, Polonius, came into my life. Together we had a full, wonderful 3.5 years together, then I had to make the heart wrenching decision to let him go on to the Rainbow Bridge because he had developed a large, malignant mammary tumor. After he was gone, I had a really rough time dealing with it for it happened so quickly (within two weeks). I then decided to pull out my old sewing machine. I started to then design cage accessories to fill the bare cage that Polonius left behind. After I completed the decorating of the cage, I came to a realization that I was actually good at sewing and designing cage accessories. Then bam, Fuzzy Butts Accessories was born!
After developing the concept and website, I realized that I didn't have any little models to test my creations. By this time it had been a couple months since Polonius's passing and felt it was the right time to start thinking about adoption again. So through research, I found a remarkable rescue know as Hope Ranch Animal Rescue (http://hoperanch.weebly.com/) and begun the process to adopt two girls, Betty and Marilyn. Right after the details of the adoption where all set, the most ironic thing happened. Two skinny little girls were found by my neighbor while he was walking his dog through the park near my house. My neighbor informed me that they had been dumped with a small pile of food and that it was basically an act of God that they didn't get eaten by the many hawks and owls in my area. Of course, I immediately took them in and fell head over heals in love with them. Initially Gertrude and Ophelia were going to be fosters but then soon we realized that these girls weren't going anywhere! Hope Ranch did a wonderful job of working with me to figure out a date I could pick up my nekkid girls, Betty and Marilyn, after both pairs of girls had properly gone through quarantine. But before I knew it, all four of my girls where together and enjoying their new lives of being spoiled testers of Fuzzy Butts Accessories! So, there you have it! Thanks for reading!