Well, I did it again. Sunday morning, I rescued Marbles! He or she is the SWEETEST kitty!!! Loves belly rubs, and pats.. Will go nose to nose with you. Since being on the streets for God knows how long, the sweet personality of this cat has remained. My little pirouette kitty. :) Today Marbles goes to the clinic for a combo test, and to confirm its sex! It is not ear-tipped, and I just can't tell by feeling in the back!
My Garden on Pennsylvania. Its growing beautifully. Thank you to those of you that donated bulbs last year, and helped me plant. This picture was taken in the dark Sunday morning, but this morning, the tulips were opening up too! If you click on it you can see it closer, but this summer mulch will be added, a nice dark mulch to contrast the beautiful annuals I would like to add. The kitties and their shelters remain intact in the back. So far, so good.
A nice family came over on Saturday, and guess what, PEPPERCORN has been adopted! Or will be on Monday, of next week. I tried to get them to take two, but they wouldn't budge. Out of the three, I am glad they chose Peppercorn. I don't think I could break up siblings Arnie and Charlie. Arnie is still too tiny anyway.
I mentioned a woman that reached out to me recently. She is looking for help with two younger/older kittens that she has been feeding. PLEASE HELP. I reached out to help someone last year that contacted me, please, can someone do the same for this person? I can't do it all alone.
A SORT OF impasse has been made with me and Creepy Guy from Niagara. He was there full throttle this morning. A minute after I slid the dish under the fence for the cats to eat, he started walking toward me. I yelled out 'what a pathetic life you have... what, do you set your alarm just to come out here and throw the food out? what a jerk you are..." and then I said 'if this door were only left open, perhaps over time I could convince these cats to cross the street over to the shelter!" He then started to talk to me.... that he would be willing to work with me to keep the door open but I would have to talk to management. So, I guess I am going to try to call the NET office to see if they can talk to the property manager about this - my heart is too much into this to speak rationally to ignorant people (the cats are scaring the females). Ugggh. I don't need another situation to handle, really I don't. I don't know how successful this is going to be, but willing to try.
That's it for today. Fingers cross and prayers said for Marbles to test negative. Then, a rescue group has offered to take Marbles and find a good home for IT. :)
Have a nice day.
PS, that 'nice man' from Arizona, who asked for my help, in which we got the mother cat and five kittens out of his mother's basement, has never responded to me about helping out financially. Not a word. Not a penny.