We had an adoption this morning! Sweet little Lloyd went to his new home. His family came to get him so that he will be in the home waiting for her to return from school! She is going to love Lloyd, I'm very sure! What a wonderful kitten. And he keeps his name!
We had another adoption on Weds. Branston went to his new home. Branston went to very good friends--Sue and Ray. Sue helps us every single time in surgery and Ray was a big part of building Earth Angels. Sue took one look at Branston last Saturday and fell for him. He's going to be a spoiled boy!
Just an FYI---Gia has moved a bit closer---I can feel her eyes on me!
I want to catch you up on Kismit and Goldiedots. They did end up at the same home. These were off cam adoptions. Goldiedots first, followed by the need to have Kismit too! All is good.
I have an update on Seymour. He is doing wonderful. He's enjoying having just people company. He gets stroll abouts every single day. His room is so very nice and comfortable and he's loving it. All is good in Seymour world.
We had BOXES Weds. evening. You are so very appreciated!
Please let's stay on the positive side about Lucas and with any cat or kitten that may pass. Yes, we would love for them all to "make it"--to thrive, to have a long life. But, of course, that is not possible. Many of these cats and kittens arrive here in very poor condition. We can just do the best we can, along with our vet's help, to help them feel better. I would rather remember that these deaths were not "out there", with the cat or kitten being all alone. But, they were here, knowing a bit of comfort, love, warmth, food. And.......we go forward. Always ready to help the next one.
And yes, Gia was given the "ok, come" and is now snugged in for a lap nap!