Friday, December 14, 2012
Posted by Jenny Carter at 3:27 PM
Posted by Jenny Carter at 3:21 PM
Sunday, September 23, 2012
It has been a busy summer. I did not even share the kittens growing up. Only one of the litter survived the first few days. Momma did not do a good job till a week later, with my help. But she finally stepped up and even took in a foster baby from Stark County Humane. They have since both found homes. Momma however is still at the Humane Society waiting for a forever home.I took the whole family there two weeks ago so they would have a better chance to find homes. Of course the babies went within the week. Poor momma! I wish I would could go get her, but I have too many and it is super hard for me to find homes for the older bunch. I will keep praying that she gets her home soon! I miss you guys!
Posted by Jenny Carter at 5:02 AM
Sunday, July 1, 2012
Posted by Jenny Carter at 6:41 AM
Sunday, June 24, 2012
This one will be the first to be ready to find a forever home. The runt and a male. He is shy, but tolerates holding and kisses on the forhead.
This one, not so much. I have yet to pick this fella up. I am a bit intimidated by his/her spunky spitfire nature. The other gray will be a little work, but I can pick him/her up with a slight struggle.
Posted by Jenny Carter at 9:04 AM
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Posted by Jenny Carter at 2:46 PM
Monday, June 18, 2012
These three babies were found running around downtown Alliance. People were feeding them and the momma, but some were saying that they wanted to get rid of them and or poison them. Can you imagine? Human's are pieces of shit! Sorry, but it is true. Thankfully a woman cared enough to try to help. She trapped them and posted on Facebook for help because she really did not know what to do with them. This is where the power of Facebook can be great. I saw the post and being within 15-20 minute drive from her, I offered to take them. You know me....I had to do something! They are a couple weeks older than my normal kitten rescue, so I hope the can tame down a lot in the next few weeks. In order to find good homes for these guys time-is-of-the-essence. We all know how hard it can be to find bigger kitties homes these days. But, at least these sweeties are well fed and out of danger.
Posted by Jenny Carter at 7:00 AM
Sunday, June 17, 2012
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Thursday, March 22, 2012
When I was trying to trap a YMCA kitty this fella came right up to me. Declawed and out roaming the streets. I had to scoop him up so he would not get trapped, so I brought him home and posted him on craigslist. You think someone would be missing him. After a few weeks here and no one claiming him, he found a new home with a young couple. They named him Garfield and just love him to bits!!
Posted by Jenny Carter at 4:03 PM
Returned this little darling and went back to get her brother.
He was hard to trap but after an hour and a half wait, I got him.
He was fiesty, but recovered and returned to his home in the large bushes by the gym.
I go feed them every morning when I go workout. They had all their shots, dewormed deflead and no more babies for this crew. They are happy to be back in the wild after the terrible cage time after surgery. I wish I could afford to get all the kitties TNR'd at the neighboring park. I am sure there are new babies. But, these 3 cost me $500! YEOUCH! My husband just lost 5k to a bad deal with some partners, so my part time job is not always enough to get all these wild cats fixed. I sure wish they had better programs for people like me. Akron is far and they leave them in the trap over night before they even fix them. I prefer as little trama to these cats as possible, but financially I do not think I can afford that luxury.
Posted by Jenny Carter at 4:01 PM
Wednesday, March 7, 2012
The first TNR's of the year. Two pregnant females from the YMCA in Louisville.
There is one more there to get real soon incase she is pregnant too.
These kitties are recovering in large dog kennels for a couple days, then they will be returned to the where they were caught. The vet said they were really healthy - that is because I feed them every day!
I hope they can be as healthy for years to come without any incidents from locals. Some people do not like stray cats. But I do and beleive that every living thing deserves a chance. It is up to us!
Posted by Jenny Carter at 10:55 AM