Just when I thought I had everything under control....
It started well enough. I went to Rosedale yesterday morning, returned Roxy and trapped the other female Gibsey, in short order. Off to the vet she went to be spayed. They thought she had had kittens but not too recently as her milk was pretty dried up.
Gayle trapped another kitten last night. Gayle is a perfect example of how it should work. When she found a feral cat and kittens she reached out for help, but knew how TNR worked and was willing to participate. Gayle has been great, doing her own trapping and transport, I just get them fixed and recover and look, her problem is now managed, all in short order.
|Firefly, Gayle's latest trapping success|
I don't want to be inadvertently responsible for kittens dying, that can happen if they are really young and not eating. God bless Connie, she has come to the rescue and is going over to take the kittens home until next week when Lesley will take over. It seems that they might be older than originally thought. I really hope they are closer to four weeks and can survive without their mother. Time will tell.