I would like to comment on the comments from yesterday. I need to defend these 'naysayers' a bit because mostof them actually do quite a bit for the cat community, and I keep in mind that we all have our own opinions, and are free to express them. That's what I do here. I don't question what anyone does because we are all going to do things a little differently... They have their views, I have mine, but hopefully we can all co-exist and come together when we need each other, for the good of the cats. That's the most important thing here. To do what is right, as responsible, good people, for these animals who have no voice of their own. The two babies I got from the street yesterday were upset when I got them home, but after several gentle pets inside their cage, a good meal, you would be surprised at how much they calmed down, nuzzled in the soft warm blanket that they've probably never had the luxury of doing, and were purring. I know they will make great adoptable pets to someone as soon as they are checked over.
|GARSON Grey that needs to be rescued - SWEET!|
I have the chance for another barn situation thanks to Sue at SusieQ Dog Rescue out in Livonia and her great connections. The two cats that come to mind are Prince and Cedric on Central Park. Prince is going to be killed any day now because he runs frantically across the median on Central Park when he hears me coming. And boy he knows my vehicle. Cars are zooming by, and he just narrowly escapes. These guys will do well out in Scottsville, as country cats. Can't wait for this to happen!
Thanks again for reading my blog. I hope you at least take a little bit of comfort knowing that I am trying to take care of these poor homeless cats in the inner city that you see out of your nice warm car if you happen to go to the public market or are driving through the Beechwood section. These cats need all of our help, so please share this and think about fostering or adopting some of these babies out there.
"God hears what is not spoken and understands what is not explained, for His love doesn't work in the lips or in the mind, but in the heart."