It's taken me until today to find time to sit down at the computer and update my blog.
Thursday night Ian and I did the tiresome commute to Weston and Lawrence for more trapping. Much to his shame, we stopped at KFC to get bait, luckily no one we knew saw us.
Again, in a short period of time, we caught the last kitten, but momma was nowhere to be seen. A talkative truck driver told us there was a woman across the street who used to feed them there and when we went over there was momma, but no luck trapping her. Sadly, at the same time, we returned one of the fluffy orange kittens, he just wasn't taming and at his age it would have been an uphill battle. There is still hope for his friendlier brother Cheddar.
|The kitten skulks around the trap|
|But he can't resist the KFC|
On Saturday I did my first adoptathon for Toronto Cat Rescue at Global Pet Foods on the Danforth. Donna and the staff were great and we found homes for four kittens. It was a fun and exhausting but ultimately very rewarding day.
|My first adoptathon|
|All the kitties in the window, they were very popular|
|Paddington, one of the kittens who got adopted, he will be a handful.|
There are a lot of ups and down in the cat rescue business, but every cat I get fixed or find a home for is an up.