|BLAKE is still waiting for a home!|
Have you seen what I first saw when I first started this insane mission I go on each day – did you see a cat behind a restaurant, scrounging for food in the dumpster? Did you see a cat scurry across a busy city street? Did you see several sets of glowing eyes in the dark when you turned a corner coming home from an early trip to the public market, knowing it was a group of feral cats trying to find their next meal, their next drink of water? Did you hear the faint cries of or see newborn kittens in an abandoned house or boarded up garage?
Is what I do something that you would do if it didn’t involve danger, early hours, or total commitment to do it day in and day out?
|IZZY still needs a home!|
I still need the financial assistance to stop the madness that I see each day, I need money for spaying and neutering. I am now feeding a new group of cats that are either nursing, or are pregnant. These ‘mothers’ are all under one year old. They run to my car now each morning, knowing that they will get a meal and a drink of water. And this is a NEW spot for me, one that I just discovered after seeing an extremely pregnant cat that I haven’t seen since, in over a week and a half now, when I rescued Casey for Case Gardens on Norton.
I can’t tell you how appreciative I am of anything that someone donates to me, as I am willing to do this as long as I can, but I need help doing it. I need help in getting clinic appointments, trapping, paying for the spaying, and transportation to and from.
I would love to hear from you telling me why you read my blog or donate money to me. And don’t forget, I love each and every one of you for it!!
YOU are what keeps me going.
Thanks for listening, and reading, and have a great day. J9