|Destroyed shelters - tops broken in half|
My shelters - destroyed. I moved one plastic tote back under the vacant house carport, and left a note. What I failed to write on the note was to ask this: Are you proud of yourself? What else are you going to do today to make an impact on this world. What else will you do to leave your mark on society? What other 'good' will you do today for the helpless, the homeless, the distraught? Shame on you. I will not go away. Nor from my other spots. I will not abandon these helpless animals.
I then set a large shelter and two kittens traps on Parsells (where I've seen three baby kittens in past two weeks), and drove off to feed at my other spots. Came back to the first location where I set the first trap, and nothing. Packed up the trap. They are on to me. I poured the food for the regulars, and drove off to find the army of raccoons at the Parsells location. Spooked them away, leaving the traps, and went on to the 'back nine' of my spots.
I decided to set a trap at another location (as you can tell, I am now going to have to be guarded with the City watching me, hoping to destroy more shelters) because I had seen an injured, sweet buff colored boy. I want to rescue him. He has an injured ear. I set the trap, drove off, and did the rest of my spots. Swinging back to check on the trap, I found Big Red #2! I've been feeding Big Red for YEARS now at this location. An old boy, and couldn't remember if I ever got him fixed. No ear tip, as I shined the flashlight on his head to check, and I thought, well big guy, today is your lucky day. We will fix you up and then will have to bring you back, probably much to your delight. Sadly, did not see the injured sweet buff kitty again today.
|Big Red #2|
Leo - living and loving life in Connecticut. His new mom has made a vet appointment for him tomorrow to get him squared away. When they returned from Rochester, she lovingly wiped his infected eyes, and sat with him long enough for him to trust her. He will meet his feline and canine siblings soon.
Sparky and Jules go in today for neutering. Thank you Petsnippers.
Spencer, the kitty that I rescued from Pennsylvania and Second Street a month ago, has been in his 'pre-adoption' home and was brought to the vet by his 'pre-mom?' - is that what you call it? :0 He was brought in initially because he was itching a lot. The vet determined he has jaundice? He went through a series of blood tests, and we will wait to hear how that goes. Jaundice? In a cat?
I have not yet heard about the interview done by the Democrat and Chronicle. Stay tuned.
"How much further along
would we be if men showed
some concern for other
forms of life and renounced
all the evils they inflict on so
many living creatures from