Mom cat Penny, the one that was rescued from the basement with her five newborn kittens on Karnes Street will be spayed today also. It was discovered that she has worms. Totally gross. Nevertheless, her kittens have them too, obviously. She is with three of them at a foster, and I have three of them, one being Peppercorn from another mother. My three went to the vet yesterday and had a kitten wellness check where they were given deworming medicine, so hopefully Arnie will begin to grow big and strong now! He is the runt of the litter. This whole fiasco is costing me a fortune. I have asked the man to help with finances, it the man in Arizona who's mother is the one that he asked for help for, with her coming in from Henrietta to feed the ferals, with her house being vacant and up for sale (kitty stuck in basement!). Habitat for Cats have taken care of spaying/neutering the ferals outside, and I have undertaken to care for the mother and kittens. I haven't heard a word from him, which I am disappointed about.
I went back to check on the food I dumped on the grass under the fence on Niagara, and it was still there on my way to work. What I am concerned about is the ants. They will out marching soon, with the warm weather. Whats the point of placing food on the ground for the cats to eat it if its covered with ants?
That's all I have today folks. Its never a dull moment.
Have a great day!
"Don't mistake my kindness for weakness. I am kind to everyone, but when someone is unkind to me, weak is not what you are going to remember about me."