Adoptions are moving along beautifully, and I'm receiving a surprising number of phone calls from the recent ad I placed in the newspaper. It occurred to me this morning that the majority of the people that have called me (as a result of the ad) didn't have a computer or email. They read the newspaper, saw the ad and called to say, "What kind of cats do you have?" Loved it! Several were seniors who didn't get a hoot about technology. Two of them, I'm sending directly to the shelter to adopt. They weren't candidates for the cats currently in my care, so am hoping they'll still make a little donation for my effort.
AN URGENT PLEA!!
I received a call from a staff member at Guelph Humane. Two senior cats were abandoned there when their caregiver could no longer care for them. According to the staff, they are 16 year old sisters, spayed and declawed:
These kind of situations really tear up my heart. Can anybody give these sweet little girls a retirement home? I can't imagine what it would be like to be homeless at 80-something years old, and that's exactly what's happened to these sweet sisters. At least they still have each other.
If you can help, please contact me directly - don't delay - they don't have much time left. (TRANSPORTATION PROVIDED!)