Well it's a new day and I press on. I don't know if you can really see, but there are five tiny kittens in this picture. Momma had them on Sunday just under a tree in the yard so we put them in a carrier to keep them dry and then Tuesday night Gloria was able to close the door while momma was inside and now they've gone to a foster home where they will be much safer.
There are kittens everywhere, all the rescues are full. Michelle, a feeder in Scarborough, has taken in seven kittens, and one of my outreach projects has a litter of five who need somewhere to go soon too.
No sense preaching spay and neuter to the people reading this blog. I don't know what the big picture solution is, I wish I did. I just try to help the ones I can.
A couple of my friends in cat rescue are trying to help this wonderful boy get the surgery he needs, just thought I would share.http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/help-tibby?c=home
It's a trapping night tonight, let's hope I can get a couple of cats and prevent more kittens from needing places to go.