Today is a Friday for me, I have the day off tomorrow. And its going to be insane!
I have an appointment in the morning, and then need to scramble home for a minute, then scramble to Melissa my foster who has been caring for Melody, and then scramble with Melody to her hopefully new home. I say hopefully because there is always that chance that someone could change their mind about a cat they want to adopt. I've had it happen more than once, but less than three times, thank God. :) She is a sweetheart. I pray this works out!
Other than that, things are going well, nothing has happened to my shelters in the hood, I've seen most of the kitties this morning that are supposed to be there - I've had my eye on one of the Parsells kitties that I TNR'd years ago and have decided that he, and George, will be my next rescues. The one on Parsells runs to me each morning. Fluffy, and sweet, let me pick him up this morning. Although you never know what they will be like inside a home, you just have to take that chance. They deserve to know what its like not to have to survive on the streets.
|Kitty on MELVILLE STREET|
Have a great day everyone. And yes, spring is right around the corner!
(the following quote is quite apropos for me, as just this morning I looked at the Christmas poinsettia near my sink that was glorious in its day - Christmas 2016, but now is looking lifeless except two little red leaves. I hate to throw away something still alive!)
"Whenever I injure any kind of life I must be quite certain that it is necessary. I must never go beyond the unavoidable, not even in apparently insignificant things. The farmer who has mowed down a thousand flowers in his meadow in order to feed his cows must be careful on him way home not to strike the head off a single flower by the side of the road in idle amusement, for he thereby infringes the law of life without being under the pressure of necessity."
~Dr. Albert Schweitzer