One Girl on a mission

One Girl on a mission
85 TNR/Rescues and counting....

Friday, July 23, 2010

Mosie Woes

Remember Moses? He was on deaths door this last fall. He is still a feral, but is living a pretty good life indoors. He is used to me and will hang out and watch me on occasion but he runs away when I get up for any He is very pretty. These images are from my cell phone, so they are terrible. I just wanted to share his update. He is healthy and I suppose as happy as a wild cat in captivity can He will hid under my bed all day, especially if someone is at the house. He only comes out when I am alone. He is a bit odd as he likes to watch me from the hallway. He watches me sit on the toilet and watch tv...the toilet things is odd...but whatever right? I still wish I would have released him back to the alley last year, but ya know their life expectancy is so slim. Already one of the black kitties has died. She stopped coming by this last winter. Of course I don't live in Denver right now, so my dear friend Joan was left to the job of care taker. I sure hope those kitties are doing okay. I worry about them. Living in Ohio is like living in hell for me. I see dead animals on the roads everywhere. Even kitties. I saw two kittens on the side of the road right off of an exit to the mall. God only knows what happened there, but I had to say I prayer so I would not just bust out in tears....I hate it!!! Little baby kittens??? The horror of how they live here. I tell ya people everywhere are careless humans. The few I experience that rescue are angels and I blessed to know them, but they are far and few between in comparison to the crappy abusers and neglectful out there....dang I just vented up a storm...sorry. I just don't get it. I never will!!!

Foster Cats Need Homes

Gray is needing a forever home. I have mixed feelings about this one. As you can see she is pretty friendly. Part Siamese, so she is skittish, but is submissive when she wants to be. Because my husband wants me to downsize our foster program, I am forced to give up some of the cooler cats because Moses and Chin Chin ( you know the two wild cats) will not be able to be adopted out. It sucks because having them should not count..they require food water and litter, but hide most of the its like two of them don't Anyway, I have to find homes for 4 our of the 9 I have. It is very hard to find homes for adult cats, especially ones that are not as lovable as some. But this one is a great kitty. I wish I could keep her, but if she finds a good home with someone else, I have to accept it.

Petie's story

Petie..remember him. He was one of those rescue kitties from last summer...he may have found a home. I have to drive him about an hour and a half to it on Monday. I hope it works out. The family has had a Siamese before so they know they are skittish. They have two dogs, so hopefully he won't mind that too much. He is a sweet timid cat and will sit in your lap for hours if you coax him or go get Since I moved him to Ohio he has been sleeping and hiding in my dark dank basement because my alpha "Dana Bo Bana" chases him and he just freaks out. He is the only kitty out of all the fosters that cannot deal with her. Everyone else just accepts that she is the house ruler. But poor Petie is so scared he never comes up and enjoys the house. It is so sad....So, I am praying that he is happy with his new home. I will keep you posted as they said he will be returned if it does not work. But we always hope for a happy ending...

Sunday, July 4, 2010

~lil poopers found a home~

A nice family of 4 has adopted the rescue kitty today. He was not too happy about leaving as he was having so much fun with all the big kitties. But his new home will be full of love and all the human attention he could ever need. I know he will miss Buddy, but he will bond very nicely will his new human family, I think. He was so very sweet. I will miss him. Now...I have 4 more fosters waiting for homes....I sure hope Pete gets one soon. He needs a real family of his own to give him lots of love.