Monday, February 27, 2012

Monday, Feb. 27

One of the top questions people ask is: How much does it cost to adopt a cat or kitten from FFRC? We have between $200 to $250 MINIMUM in each and every cat and kitten. Our adoption fee, though, is $90. This adoption fee covers an initial FIV/heartworm/leukemia test, a repeated leukemia test in 4 weeks, an incoming bath, 3 wormings, a vet physical, 2-3 distemper vaccinations, 2 leukemia vaccinations, flea prevention applied each and every month, and their spay/neuter. If they arrive with medical issues (fractured bone, injuries, etc.), these treatments are also included in the adoption fee. All ears are cleaned regularly and nails trimmed.

Rory continues to enjoy being petted. He likes to roll over and have his tummy rubbed. Angel Kisses is eating good. She also enjoys being loved on. She is putting good weight on her right rear leg. She actually put a little weight on her left rear leg, but her toes are still curled under (a sign of neurological problems), but we still have time for improvement. Emaline's eye is improving. We continue daily treatments on it. County is becoming super friendly. Ernestine has been playful today--scampering about like a kitten.

Remember to get your recipes in to Leenie. The cats in Kitty City are doing awesome! In April, we'll be moving them back out to Cat's Cove until next winter. They love Cat's Cove--it's so big and has lots of room to run. All 6 of the sunporch cats are also doing well. They love the Yeow catnip bananas!
Thumpers Room 3
Partial view of Thumper's Room.