|BB looking in our back door|
OK, I hate the new blogger format so excuse me if it doesn't look the way I want it. Last week, a little black cat showed up at our back door so of course we fed it. I swear there must be some kind of stray cat underground that tells them to come to our house. The poor little cat was ravenous. She came back the next few nights and on the third night let me pat her. It was if a switch went off and after that she refused to leave the deck, much to the frustration of our outdoor cat, Charlie. What to do? We really have too many cats although I desperately wanted to keep her she was so friendly but clearly a stray. After all, I'm supposed to be a cat rescuer, not a cat hoarder. I recently met a neighbour who was looking for help with another (not friendly) stray. I asked her if she would temporarily take BB in and miraculously she said yes, I am constantly amazed at the kindness of animal lovers. BB was overjoyed to be inside and was immediately friendly. I took her to the vet today and she has just been spayed, and it was apparent she had previously had kittens. We will never know BB's story but it has a happy ending. Monique is going to keep her! Lucky BB.
|We named her BB because of her bottle brush tail.|
|BB inside out of the cold|