Yes, it was a good rescue day today. Here's some more pictures of some sweeties whose lives were saved because unselfish people opened their homes and their hearts to save them today:
Who couldn't love a face like Bosco's? (Above) Holy Moly - isn't he cute?
Just like people, all cats differ on how they handle the shelter experience. Mildred, (pictured above) was dumped at the shelter by her family. The reason? "We don't want". That's all they said. There are still two others at the shelter from that family - I'm going to work hard to get all three out. Right now - it's just Mildred. Bless her heart.
You might wonder why I didn't foster little Pounce (above) myself. He looks like my kinda guy. Fortunately for Pounce - he has a forever home and doesn't even have to go to a foster home!
Poor William (above) His shelter experience must've really sucked. I took him to his new home today and he slithered under the computer desk. He'll be OK. I'm just grateful he'll get a chance to be loved one more time.
I was cruising down the highway with 10 cat crates in my sports car. I must look like a total freak. I'm driving along, eating my hummus and crackers, playing some old Led Zeppelin, when this young guy drives along beside me in his car. I'm trying to look cool - a little flirty, but not too flirty. My head bobs in rhythm to the music, "Yeah....I'm happenin"...Then I realize - he's looking at all the cat crates in my car!! I felt like I had hummus in my teeth and sped up to avoid his incredulous look.
My life in a nutshell, I guess. I was never that cool - what made me think I could be cool with 10 cats in the car and Hummus in my teeth?
I should've asked him if he wanted to foster a cat.