It was thundering, lightning and raining this morning as I headed out. I knew I would have to dodge raindrops if I didn’t want my thick and normally frizzy, but newly straightened hair to explode. Most of the kitties were waiting for me, under shelter. I have not seen the three remaining kittens on Baldwin, since before my trip. I am not sure what has happened to them. I have also not seen the very sick black kitty on Seventh, nor have I seen the remaining sibling to Blake, the kitten that is still waiting for adoption. I do see the Mama kitten (she is barely a year old) every day there though.
Tomorrow morning I have two spots at the clinic for trap spay/neuter and return. I will be trying to trap a kitty on Baldwin, and will be hopefully just picking up one of the friendly new mothers on Central and plopping her, or one of the friendly unneutered males, into a carrier. These people in this neighborhood don’t realize what a favor I am doing for them, and its not costing them a thing. It all comes out of my pocket, and they could care less.
I am desperately trying to find homes for Little Orangie, Blake and cute little Cricket. They are all wonderful kitties that deserve a decent and loving home. Little Orangie is still on the streets of Ferndale and Webster. I’ve been caring for this cuddly sweet boy for nearly two years now. Please help me to spread the word.
"One of the hardest decisions you'll ever face in life is choosing whether to walk away, or try harder."