One Girl on a mission

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

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Stray Cat Update

Since my last report. Tucker the gray and white tuxedo stray has become a resident along with Teddy Bear. They are very happy here. The black n white tuxedo I took to a no kill shelter. They have said that he had gotten a home, so I am happy about that. Though, he was super friendly, my household kitties never took to him. Tucker and Teddy though are a part of the family. I wouldn't have it any other way.

5 comments:

  1. So glad the "Meser" has a home. You should have a special place in heaven for all you do.

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  2. Thanks hon. I appreciate that and I can only hope.

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  3. I know the feeling of trying to place strays. I have two that I need to find homes for, and while they are the most loving, beautiful cats, I can't find any takers. Good luck - you are doing great work!

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  4. Jenny,
    Yes, the feral kitties are harder to adopt. It is worth it though. They often learn to so appreciate us just takes time.
    Cloe and tucker are beauties. I have 2 feral kitties already. I know for a fact that one had a home. Too good of a cat to not to have. but showed up seriously burned down one side of her body from a hot wire on a rainy night. Not good poor thing. She came in that night and has been here since.
    She is one of the best cats I have ever had.
    bless your heart for all you do. I admire you for it.
    Hugs,Pea

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  5. Bless your heart!! It is a wonderful thing you're doing!! All of the cats I have owned as well as my parents have been ones that have found and chosen us. My original 2 girls were feral cats born in my parents barn. After 6 months of my mom taking care of the momma and getting close to the kittens I decided to the were to live with me. And my third came to me when another tenant in the apartment house I lived in moved. She gave her one cat to someone and simply abandoned the other, left in the locked apartement without food or water. The maintenance man found her 4 days after the person moved out. Needless to say I took her to my place that day and she never left! It's heartwarming reading about your successful rescues and placements!!

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