Last night Tonks went to his new home! I was tired and it was cold and I admit I sighed a bit about driving across town but that immediately disappeared when I met Shannon and her husband. We had been corresponding over email and I already knew that Tonks would have a great home but that was one hundred and fifty percent confirmed upon meeting them. Just a few months ago he was on his way to being a feral cat, now after being rescued and fostered, he has a whole wonderful life to look forward to. Many thanks to Shannon for adopting a black previously sick kitten sight unseen and for Genevieve for patiently fostering him even though it was stressing out her 20 year old kitty. I came home feeling renewed. My cat rounds have pretty much settled down now to the usual feral routine.
I hesitated about posting the next photo for fear I may look like a crazy cat lady but who am I kidding? This is me getting food ready for the ferals. I mix a couple of different kinds of dry together, I have to keep it behind closed doors or else my guys chew through the bags. As it is, they have figured out what I'm doing and come down to "help".
|The cats help me to get food ready for the ferals - don't try to count|
|Mystery and her friend|
I've been so grateful that the weather has been mild and dry, it made it so much easier to do all my cat care but today is chilly, I guess that was inevitable. I'll be bundling up!