The little tabby that looks like she is pregnant was there this morning, but kept her distance from me. A rescue offered to take her, but my worry is that WHAT IF SHE ISN'T pregnant. Do you put her back? I would hate for her to go back to the street. There are so many things involved in rescuing a cat! I wish it were easy! I wish there were more fosters out there!
I saw so many tiny footprints in the snow this morning. These ones were particularly small, but not those of a kitten. No worries. I have not seen any new kittens yet, so far.
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I wanted to capture and show you this little 'village' I've built for several cats at one of my locations. This shelter provides at least eight cats their own 'quarters.' Each morning when I truck to the back of this lot, I can see at least four little ones coming out after hearing my snow crunched footsteps. First there are three reds, and then a calico, and then a tabby. All hungry, and waiting patiently for me to serve them breakfast!
Once I am finished up with the above location, I am DONE. Its a relief. Its a toll on me in the winter, my bones ache after this hour and nearly half journey I make EVERY SINGLE DAY. Ugggh. Wish I could clone myself and have her (I would name her Natasha) go out sometimes. I just want to stay in bed. :(
On another note, we have little Dixie chick waiting for a home, and we have beautiful Bacardi, and beautiful Dasher all waiting for forever homes. Help me to find one for them, so that I can continue to rescue more of these sweet babes.
Have a great day!
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