|CAMMY - so ready!|
|FRANCIE - so ready!|
|HERMIE - just about ready!|
|NORA - so ready!|
|PARSLEY - Needs to be RESCUED!|
|PATCHES - so ready!|
I saw the two kittens I had to release back to Melville, so that was a relief, because when I let them out of their trap, they bolted. There have been times where I have released a cat that I had fed for a long time, and I've never seen it again.
I had Patches overnight, after his foster mom dropped him off the night prior. He went to the vet AGAIN yesterday for checking on his uclerated tongue, and got another couple of shots to see if they might work this time. He spent the night in the bathroom, well, half the night. He jumped the gate I placed in the doorway! I found him in the morning sleeping on the living room chair. No problem with my own cats, they are so good with strangers. So Patches did not like to be isolated! So he is in another room with George today while I am at work. He is still hiding, so we have to get him to overcome his shyness!
Thanks for the kind words about about the little kitten killed violently by the dogs yesterday. It was a horrific thing to see, and stayed with me all day. After digging her little grave and burying her, I was more at peace. I know nothing can be done about it, a cat unknowingly wanders into a yard where there are dogs that instinctively want to kill it, its not against the law. Its just tragedy. Hug your dog, hug your cat. Be glad they are safe and sound.
My car is at the repair shop again today. Another set of brakes. When you have two vehicles with both over 100,000 miles on them, things are bound to happen. I just pray they go another 50,000, at least, as a car payment would kill me, as if these bills aren't already. If anyone knows of a vehicle for sale in good condition similar to a Jeep, please let me know! I would be lost without a vehicle like this to transport traps, boards, shelters, and all the accoutrements that go along with cat feeding and rescue!
Thanks for reading, and have a great day!
"Its not the load that breaks you down,
its the way you carry it."