These are some more pictures taken by my friend Yesenia who rode along with me last week. If you click on the pictures, you can see a cat somewhere, waiting for me to leave, so they can eat. Remember, it was pitch black outside at this time, 5 am., but her flash is so bright, it looks like daylight!
The food received at my fundraiser is finally running out. It was a good stash there for a while. Nearly a month that I did not have to purchase dry cat food. So that means I had enough donated food to go through 18 pounds of dry food per day, seven days a week, for a month. Thank you to those that dragged those heavy bags to my fundraiser. You have no idea how much it helped me. But now, back to the store I go.
Items I could use:
Food food food (wet and dry), shelters, heavy deep plates, 2-gallon sized baggies
Items I don't need:
Towels, blankets, tarps, paper products, plastic containers
I have not seen Tuffy in over a month now. I fear the worst. It sickens me that I had to let him go back to the street after his TNR, and that includes every other TNR I've done. I still believe its dangerous out there for all cats, they live in fear, are susceptible to all the dangers there could be, but what can I do? There are not enough homes to go around for them. Actually, there are, but not enough people to adopt them. Please consider.
Please also consider these little bundles of joy I have at my home, and some at a foster's home. Eight kittens all together, that need homes. My friend has been caring for three of the sickest, and will soon be returning them after they are well, so we can get them all adopted. Help. Its more than I can handle. If there are any other people that would consider fostering, please please let me know. In the meantime, spread the word! I need to get pictures of the rascals too! HELP!
Have a great day!
"To bear failure with courage is the best
proof of character that
anyone can give."