The weather was gorgeous this weekend and as I drove around doing cat things, delivering cats to adoptathons, to foster homes, feeding ferals, I saw everyone out and about, doing normal things, cycling, sitting on patios, hmm, not sure I remember what that's like, but I wouldn't trade it.
The three tabbies I took to the adoptathon all found homes. The two six month old kittens that were trapped last week have turned out to be tame so Zoe is fostering one and Joanne is fostering the other. I don't know what I would do without Joanne, all the recovery she does for me, and the assessment and short term fostering, it means that cats who are friendly don't have to go back to live on the street.
At the same place the kittens came from, a cat gave birth on the weekend in the yard of the feeders. Maria, whose west end colony I TNRed last year, is a friend of theirs, and not able to stand seeing the mother cat and her seven kittens just lying in a hole in the dirt, took them in and now they are safe in a spare room at her house. Clearly the mother cat is not feral, she could be picked up.
|Cassidy, one of the six month olds|