|Carmel on sofa, Pierre under table|
If this doesn’t make you happy, I don’t know what will. J Here is a picture of Carmel (now Carmella) and Pierre in their new home. Click on the picture to see it better. I have to say, those that adopt adult cats are my favorite (not that I don’t love you all!). Adult cats are bring you serenity. Kittens are a worry! I would rather have an adult cat that a kitten. Definitely. Here these two are, both fending for themselves on the streets two months ago, and now in a wonderful home where they receive all the creature comforts a cat can have. They are safe and loved. Thank you Sheryl!
Last night Brutus, as he is known around the neighborhood - except for the paperwork at the clinic I had him under as Brett – and then dubbed him Larry from Laurelton - spent the night in the trap I trapped him in yesterday morning. HE was heavily sedated when he was brought back from the clinic. And let me tell you, he was a MESS. Here is what the paperwork read after he was discharged yesterday: Two deer ticks removed; mats trimmed/brushed out; VERY heavy debris AU (ears…), likely from miles (wounds behind ears likely from scratching at ears) – ears cleaned, Revolution should treat mites; other small wounds superficial, no further treatment needed. Poor Brutus. When I awoke this morning at 2 am., I immediately went to the porch first thing and let him go. He did not run, but slowly walked off the porch, down the steps and turned the corner. I wished him well.
In the meantime, Mommy cat was crying her head off, head butting the fingers I placed through her carrier door. She didn’t touch the food I had placed there last evening. It was very hard to let her go when I began my rounds this morning, but I did notice, the house she came from, had food dishes, albeit empty, but they were out there by the side of the house. Too bad they let her outside to get pregnant, and have her babies running around too.
|Sweet Melville kitty waiting to be rescued|
Have a great day!
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