A bucket of mud. That's what it felt like sloshing around out there this morning. What a mess. The ground is soft, almost sinkable. The ground outside some of the shelters is mud. The tarp on Central blew off partially after I had secured it yesterday with the high winds. The winds had continued throughout the morning, died down, and then turned into a very pleasant day, mild and sunny, but then the winds kicked up again over night. And then the rain. Ugggh. And then the hair. :)
I still want to rescue a good handful of the cats on my second Parsells location. The porch I am feeding on, the property management company is going to come around someday when I least expect it and remove EVERYTHING. The tarps, the shelters, all if it, gone, like they have before. Five Brothers I believe is the name of the company. Took everything. They did this before winter ended last year. Leaving 15 cats homeless. Well, shelterless. Bastards.
On to a good note. From time to time, I get a note from a kitty I rescued - how many years ago... June 17, 2015 to be exact! - from Smudge's parents. I love to hear updates on the kitties I rescue. Smudge is a permanent member of this family, and loved by all. I am so pleased with this adoption. Keep in mind, Smudge hid for quite a while, but soon came out of his shell, as do all the others.
5. Scooter/ Pixley
12. mommy cat (cats 6 - 12 all from same little family)
28. Kitty from Melville (went to Buffalo)
29. Kitty from Melville (went to Buffalo)
36. Peppercorn II
41. Mr. Fluffypants II
42. Misty/ Chloe/ Bacardi (all one cat)
45. Happy/ Archie
so 45 cats total!! AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Have a great day!!
PS, this below is for all of us, those of us who have played some part in helping or saving an animal.