Some of you have seen this before, but this week’s photo challenge, looking at the topic of change, brought Annie to mind. Annie was a very sick feral kitten, days from dying, that I captured and took in almost two years ago now. She was being eaten from the inside out by hookworms. Talk about…Read more »
Recently I mentioned one of the kitties that we pulled from a difficult environment, and said she (it was a she…final answer) didn’t look like she was going to live through the first night. She barely moved, and was covered in fleas and scabs, wouldn’t eat, and had that look in her eyes that said:…Read more »
Of the kittens I’m fostering, two of the youngest (about 2 months old) are absolute hellions. Wild things. Having a good time! They are horrible about taking meds (tight burrito wrapping for these two when meds are involved) but they wrestle and play and climb and explore, and eat like little piggies. They are slobs…Read more »
As a TNR (trap/neuter/return) operation, Derry Township Community Cats isn’t often involved in rescue work. But a resident called one of the rescue organizations for help, and we are assisting them as we’re able. They are pretty full up on cats, as are most rescues this time of year, but there was a group of…Read more »
The photo challenge this week asks for photos of a single color theme, and solid color cats (or mostly solid) instantly came to mind. Here are some of my favorites.