Monday, July 21, 2014

Fosters Needed!

I had quite a weekend out there, witnessing many babies.  Little Moonbeam, who I whisked off the streets on Friday, is pure sweetness.  Turns out it’s a she, and she is about – four months old?  You have to wonder how these innocent little things stay safe that long, on their own, with only the help of their mommy, if they are lucky.  Moonbeam spent the weekend in the bathroom of my tiny house, and started to become quite lonely, so I let her out onto the closed porch with the ‘adults’, and she thoroughly enjoyed being around the big kids.  Most tolerated her, and there were a few hisses from some grumpy kitties, but all in all, what fun she had!  I need to find a home for her quick.

In the meantime, there are two kittens on Second Street that I really should get.  One is a calico, the other is black.  I would say they are the same size as Moonbeam, which makes them about four months?  I was able to snap this picture of the calico this morning, but little black kitty was too frightened to come any closer for his picture to be taken.  My problem here is:  My only alternative is to bring these other two to Lollipop, unless I can find a foster for them.  Ideally, I could keep all three in the bathroom, but that’s a bit much.  I am having issues with the other cats in my house and its not pretty.  Remember, I still have George, and Brady.  No one cares for Brady, so he is being stalked, and there are a lot of ‘time outs’ lately for one or the other.  I can only rescue so many.  These kittens are pure innocence, and I am hoping someone will step up and offer to foster them. 

PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD.  I will try to get them tomorrow if I have some interest.  Thank you!~


"Look to this day!
For it is life, the very life 
of life.
In its brief course
Lie all the verities and
realities of your existence;
The bliss of growth
The glory of action
Splendor of achievement,
For yesterday is but a dream
And tomorrow is only a vision,
But today well lived,
makes every yesterday a 
dream of happiness
And tomorrow a vision of hope.
Look well, therefore to this day!
Such is the salutation to the dawn."


  1. Why would you not TNR them if you cant find a foster for the two 4 month old kittens?

  2. Why don't I TNR them? Because I choose not to put babies back on the street. Never would. They are too tiny. But the good news is that I have someone who is willing to foster them. :)

  3. Janine - can you post or email me pictures of Brady & George?