Every day I've been trying to do some work towards Forever Home Cat Rescue. It isn't an easy task to start a rescue and I'm still not really sure where this is heading. Regardless, it feels great to be doing something during the day. David tells me that I'm starting to micro-manage everybody in the house now that I'm not as busy as I used to be. I think he was being polite. :)
The Sunday adoption at the shelter fell through. While they were waiting, the woman ended up going next door to the SPCA and adopting two kittens - complete with $400.00 adoption fee - and taking them home. My friend-in-rescue was so upset because she had recommended her. Upset enough, that she took home little Kiara:
It wasn't such a bad day after all. Certainly not for Kiara! :) I'm not at all upset about the kittens being adopted from next door at the SPCA. They needed a home too.
I want to ask Kim, "Is anybody rescuing from the shelter right now?" But I already know the answer, and my heart hurts.
No rescues. No public adoptions. No chance for survival. They're all sitting there waiting for their turn to die. I can hardly stand it.
But I haven't given up.