|Papa Bear - I took this pic in Alaska|
|Mama Bear and her cubs bathing - Alaska|
On a good day - and what I mean about a good day is if its not below 30, if its not snowing or raining, and if the wind is less than 5-10 mph, its a good day. If its a good day, I leave the house at 4:15 am., as usual, and it will take me an hour and 15 minutes. I have it timed down to a science. If its doing one of the above, it takes about 10-15 more minutes added on to the hour and 15 minutes. This morning, it was raining, so it took me an hour and half. That includes replacing wet towels with dry if some are wet from the rain overnight, depending on how much its rained. Its supposed to rain for the next... month. I swear. I looked the forecast and it just looks miserable. I would rather it snowed than rain. Rain is just ... wet! And the cats hate it too!
|:Colorado 2012 - I want to live in that ranch to the left|
|Driving into Homer, Alaska - gorgeous view|
|Early morning in Anchorage|
|Momma Moose and her two babies|
The white cat on Parsells - I could kick myself for not getting her sooner - I don't know where she has gone. I still pulled over and placed food and water down for the close to feral two cats that were waiting for me. They scattered far away but still in view to see me if and when I would leave. This cat though, either pregnant or just had kittens, has disappeared. The only thing I can think of is that Crazy Lisa still lives in the house next door, and she might have seen the bowls in front of the tree on her side yard, figured someone was feeding the cats, and in her paranoid mind, thought someone might take this cat that she thinks is hers. That's the only thing I can think of. Otherwise, where is this cat? Where are her kittens?
Tomorrow I will do less feeding at some locations because I have two spots at the clinic for TNR for Friday morning. I have so many to choose from, I don't know who I will get. Say a prayer for strength for me. I hate TNR, but its the only thing we can do to help these animals from reproducing. I just hate letting them back to the streets.
That's all I have for today. Have a good one!
"The animals and nature continue to remind us by the fullness of the moon and the songs of the birds that we are guided and loved, so we rejoice and trust that we will have the strength to embrace what is."