I've been noticing a tabby kitty that looks rather bulky in the middle on Parsells. She comes right up to eat, she seems so hungry. I had reached out to see if any rescues could take her, and after a day or two, got the OK to rescue under the condition that a vet had to see her to confirm her pregnancy. Otherwise, they will not take her. I can see their point. I went ahead and grabbed her this morning. She does seem like a nice cat. No hissing, let me pet her through the carrier door, and I placed food in her carrier and she started to gobble it up. Its just disappointing because I will have to return her to the streets. I am naming her SUNSHINE for now.
I cannot take in another cat while I have people out there - three to be exact - fostering cats for me. Its not fair to them. One is having a hard time with her charge, and needs to return him to me because of his aggression toward her. I feel terrible about that and it will take a toll on me and my house when he has to be returned. We are going to see what the vet says about this the day after Christmas, Monday, and hope that they might have a solution.
Otherwise, it was the usual morning out there. I saw these prints - most likely a dog, leading to my shelters on Pennsylvania. The next pic is of the kittens and others on Central and Second. Hungry little things. I need to do more trapping there.
This next picture - I saw a cat dart from under a car on Parsells and Chamberlain and I got out to put food and water for it. It came right up to me, hungry. I would say this is someone's cat, but probably is a stray. Lost. If anyone can post this picture far and wide, I would appreciate it. Lets find her home.
Have a great day all!
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