rottikins:

angryblackman:

hokuto-ju-no-ken:

unicornlordart:

the-entire-furry-fandom:

No, wait you don’t understand. 

That cat became an icon THIS MONTH AND IS STILL ONE.

that’s Jo-Pawveski, a stray who wandered onto the ice and past the nashville predators bench during round 2 of playoffs. They eventually picked her up and sent her to the humane society.

Here she is.

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The SAN JOSE SHARKS won that game and attributed it to her, naming her after the Sharks captain: Joe Pavelski. When they found out she was a girl, they changed her name to Jo instead of Joe.

She became an instant good luck charm after that as the Sharks won every game at home that series and moved onto round three.

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Since then, every game, they stack pucks and stick a idol to Jo for luck.

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This little cat has had merchendise made out of her. She’s literally almost replaced SJ sharkie as maschot of the team.

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I mean. I’m not making this up. I HAVE A RALLY TOWEL OF HER THEY GAVE OUT FOR GAME 1 OF THE 3RD ROUND. I OWN THIS FUCKING THING:

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FURRIES HAVE BEEN SHOWING UP DRESS AS HER. 

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She had her own livestream to check in on her.

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SHE’S IN THE PREGAME OPENING ANIMATION

And so I know what you’re gonna say here.

Well… what happened to Jo, though.

Good news, This week, as Sharks made their first Stanley Cup, Jo and another Kitty were adopted. 

And that kids, is the story of JO PAWVELSKI.

The stray black cat of the San Jose Sharks. 

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I’m beaming with shark pride and I ain’t even that big into hockey

@svartsvensk

why did this make me tear up

Whatever the sharks PR person is making, double it.

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