I called the Humane Society yesterday based on the facts told to me by M's neighbor, was told I would receive a call back by the already ongoing investigative officer, but I never did. I will call again today!
I am not sure if M touched the food yesterday, I just couldn't tell. Someone was messing around there, but I wasn't sure if it was someone else or not. Unfortunately, kitty with the tumor is still around, as Laura had a surgical appointment scheduled for the day she tried to trap but was bothered by M and her crazy antics.
The remaining two of the five kittens from Miller Street that were rescued a few weeks back went to the clinic for their wellness checks. Sure enough, Haven is a boy, and Meadow is a girl. Both are in the throes of possible adoption! Fingers crossed their leukemia tests come back negative today!
Now we've got to get the other three little buggers that are a pain in my arse adopted! Please spread the word!
The sad news to leave you with is that the place on Niagara and Central, there is a white fluffy cat that I am assuming is mom to the three baby white and one black kitten, looks pregnant. On top of that, there are five tiny babies in the lot on 7th Street I discovered yesterday morning. Their little faces were illuminated by my flashlight, hiding under a pile of wood. Something must be done. I need help!
Have a good day.
"You can't stay in your corner of the Forest waiting for others to come to you.
You have to go to them sometimes."