I was out of bed this morning while it was still dark today. (I know....no sympathy from most of you!) So much to do and so little time to do it!
Debbie from Forgotten Ones Cat Rescue was over the moon happy over the donations that came in to help Spritzer! (Me too!) It's a huge thing when smaller rescues take cats like Spritzer who need dental work. As some of you know, dental work isn't inexpensive and your donations allowed Spritzer to be rescued:
As I type this, Spritzer is now in a loving foster home and his dental surgery has been scheduled for early next week. Thank you all from the bottom of my heart.
Y'all are going to be surprised that I did not come home with that adorable tabby kitten. I held and kissed him, but knew that bringing another cat into my home for a possible extended period of time wasn't a good idea for my guys. It killed me to leave him there, but I'll do my best to get him out.
I walked into another cat room at the shelter to hear horrible desperate crying from a young cat. I know the sound. It usually means it's a cat that isn't doing well in a cage environment and it's a plea for help. I walked up and down the aisle and quickly found the little guy who was so upset:
Be still my heart! These kind desperate guys KILL me! He's about 5 months old and adorable! If I rescued him I'd name him "Batman". He's not doing well in that cage, so I'm praying somebody comes forward to help him.
"Nobody can do everything....but everybody can do something..." I need to keep telling myself that.