For those of you following the saga of Tommy, a kitten who came into our TNR program, and had oodles of health challenges. It turned out that Tommy had a raging ear infection, but no polyps when they knocked him out yesterday for a good look. And the antibiotic/steroid ear drops he’d been on for…Read more »
Some of you may remember Tommy, a little kitten we have that we needed a home for. Well, we found him a home – not something we normally do, but the rescues are pretty full right now. And then the little bugger got sick. We don’t release sick cats, so it has been two weeks…Read more »
3 months, neutered, FIV/FELV negative, had first distemper and rabies, never met a toy he doesn’t like.
No, not me…at 61, nearly 62, that ship has sailed. But one of the cats we’ve been caring for is far more pregnant than we knew. Martha went in for her spay today, and the vet called to say that the kittens are due within 48 hours at the most. So no spay for Martha,…Read more »
We love all (or almost all!) the cats that come through our doors, but this little kitten is rather extraordinary. Or maybe it’s just me, but I don’t think so. She’s absolutely gorgeous to begin with, and she is one of the happiest, friendliest kittens I’ve ever encountered, especially considering she was brought in from…Read more »
It was the stereotypical dark and stormy day and evening last Monday, and a call came in. There’s a kitten outside and I can’t take her in. But she could bring her to us. Meet Anabelle. Anabelle looked pretty darn scraggly, and her long hair disguised the fact that she was underweight as well. She’s…Read more »
Remember what I wrote about worrying earlier this week? Well, I’ve decided that Miss Mia likes to make me worry. She wasn’t looking at all good yesterday afternoon, so the vet kindly made a spot for her in their busy evening schedule. I guess I was gratified to know that I wasn’t worried for nothing.…Read more »