ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST
Thanks to the kindness of the shop owner I was telling you about, who recently lost her cat and wanted to adopt from me another kitty, I was able to grab Mini Moo this morning from Melville. He's a little freaked out being inside a home, but he's as sweet as can be. He will go into the clinic today for a wellness check, and a leuk test (say a prayer). He leaves behind two kittens, a grey adult, a fluffy red adult, and a calico adult. Those are the ones I can see. I was telling Eileen that I have neutered and spayed at least seven cats from this street since I started to feed there, and have rescued at least five already!
So there. You see - you know who - my posts aren't always sad! Someone mentioned that they don't read this blog that often because its sad. Well, there is good and there is bad. I totally get it - I immediately have to turn the channels if something sad related comes on if it involves an animal. But never forget that without this blog, I could not have rescued at least 80 cats so far since the beginning of this year. That's 80 cats off the streets of Rochester. To me, that's amazing. I am proud of myself and I am thankful to those of you who have adopted from me, because without you, I couldn't have rescued all those cats.
Lets not forget Cammy today either. Cammy, since his rescue, has been relegated to a single room (which IS better than the streets, I know) and needs a whole house to grow in. He is a lovable creature who just happens to have FIV. Lets find Cammy a home. But I do want to thank Karen from GRASP for fostering Cammy. I can't begin to thank her enough. I keep telling her as soon as I get some of the cats in my home a home, Cammy is coming to me. Thank you KAREN!
Have a GREAT DAY everyone!
"Our prime purpose in this life
is to help others. If you can't help them,
at least don't hurt them."