Talk about dedication, I was out last night trapping in the rain, no pictures I'm afraid. Ian and I were at the downtown colony trying to trap the two females. When we arrived, there they were on the porch on the abandoned house where they live, and within minutes I got one of the females. The other one ran off and finally came back half an hour later but even with the enticement of hot fried chicken we couldn't get her into the trap. Oh well, one female is good. Drenched, I went home, had dinner and told my cats how lucky they were.
Lots of feral kittens going in to the THS today for socialization. They have a great program there, there is such a shortage of socialization foster homes out there, at least these kittens will have a life that doesn't involve scrounging for food and dodging cars.
These are the two kittens my niece Siobhan is fostering who were destined for that exact fate until I came upon them, trapped them and Joanne quickly discovered they were friendly. Siobhan has been working with them and now they are ready for a home, hopefully together. Know anyone who wants two gorgeous wonderful kittens, they are already neutered and vaccinated, all set to go.
|Bailey and Barnum, four months old|
|B & B in their basket|