WOW HI. SO.
My husband (Evios
) and I moved to Florida because his mother had passed away, and his father wanted us here because he was lonely. We thought it would be a mutually beneficial move, since Evios is the only child, and his dad wanted family nearby, and we thought it a more financially stable location, where we could begin to generate some revenue.
But. As things have been so aptly put. It has all gone to pot.
The house we are living in is in ruins. Worse than we could have imagined. There is dust grime and gook everywhere. Dishes that were put away as clean are covered in filth. The entire place is in disrepair. And while normally with a bit of elbow grease and hard work one could clean it... there are cats, everywhere. And I do mean, everywhere.
My husband's mother had 11 cats before her passing. We knew it was animal hoarding, but couldn't bring ourselves to break her heart and take them from her. We thought now that she is gone, his dad would potentially be reasonable, and allow us to give some of them away:
Some of the animals have rashes and abrasions, partial or near total hair-loss. Several of them are vomiting. And all
of them are infested with fleas. The entire house
is infested with fleas. So much so that on our first night, upon entering the house, we were immediately bit and needed to spray and vacuum the room to even go to sleep that night. against our best efforts to begin cleaning (mopping vacuuming dusting wiping, vacuuming again) we are still being bitten, and now my cat I brought with us from Idaho has fleas too. This is a never-ending cycle unless we remove some if not all
of the cats from the vicinity.
However, attempts at opening negotiations with the very idea of giving even some
of the cats away have been disastrous. Evios' father is temperamental and belligerent. After stubbornly refusing to admit that there is anything wrong with the situation, he became angry and volatile. After which, he refused to look at us or speak to us in any way for two entire days, until we apologized to him. At which point he stated that he would not give the cats away under any circumstances.
We cannot stay here. The situation is unlivable.
Unfortunately... we spent nearly our entire life's savings to come here. We are nearly $3,000 dollars out of being able to turn right back around and go home.
Our moving pod totaled in at $2,400. Our pod has ALL of our life's belongings in it. Clothes, food, my main computer, pots and pans. EVERYTHING. Our entire LIFE is in there.
All we have is $700 dollars. The flight will be around $800-$900, and we still need $250 for our cat, which means we are about $500 short for just our flight alone.
I really hate to do this, as I know I already have a queue, but I am going to try and open for emergency commissions. But these emergency comms WILL be finished as immediate priority
As I do not have access to my full supplies, I will largely only be able to take on traditional work; I have my inks and markers.
Commission prices can be found here:
PAYPAL FOR COMMISSIONS IS: NoireNambu@gmail.com
• Commission Info •
If you are interested please make sure to read everything below:
• Payment Process •
--Method of Payment--
I accept payments via Paypal, or Deviantart Points of the same equivalent. However, Paypal is strongly PREFERRED.
If you're unsure of the point equivalent: add two zeroes behind each price [ie $5 = 500]
--Timing of Payment--
Generally I prefer to receive payment AFTER the work is Completed, but BEFORE I send you the actual file. This enables me to not feel "stressed" out or "pressured" to get a piece done, and ensures that the buyer can back out if they feel that I am taking too long. I WILL NOT send you your commission before I have received payment. Paying before-hand or setting up a half-now/half-later plan is
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Thank you all,