There was no storm, I just like that title. There was, however, a perfect breeze this morning. The soft wind felt so good on my face as I walked away from my 7th Street shelter, where I did NOT see Seven this morning - very sad. I hated letting him back there after spending the night on my porch after his neuter the day before. Back to the breeze, I am still driving around with the air conditioner on in the car in the morning. Even though the temps are only in the 50s, have been in the 40s a few times, even once in the 30s, but with all the STOP, GET OUT, WALK and BEND, GET BACK IN CAR for an hour and a half, it gets warm!
|Alice and Trixie|
I will be building up my shelters again with the help of Sunday Sheryl on Sunday, who is very crafty and clever in making me shelters out of Styrofoam pieces and such that she comes across. But I do need more if anyone has any crafty building abilities.
Speaking of babies, there are two baby kittens on Melville that are running around. Feral, pretty much. Won't come near me, but are starving for food in the morning, and run to the bowls I leave there after I get in the car. One is black with white, the other is orange. I do believe I had the mother spayed this summer. I need to continue to trap there, even though I hate trapping. I also need to trap the momma cat behind Paul's house on Second Street. I believe she is the mother of Cloe, and other babies that I have not seen in a long time, but I do see her. She is a muted calico. I also need to get the other sibling of the other baby I had spayed last week from Parsells. Mom is done, but he or she needs to get fixed. I was able to touch kitten at one point but its very leery. They are all starving in the morning as I place food on their empty plates.
That's all I got for today. Have a good one.
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