The shocking part of the day is that two orange kittens remained unadopted! Imagine! I think this little guy really wanted to go home with this girl with green hair. Yes, she had green hair! Hell, if I were 30 years younger, my hair might be green too. (Although I think that happened once when I tried to colour my own hair...but I digress)
I've decided that nobody should ever let me plan these adoption events again. The kittens that I chose for the event today were ALL BOYS (except for 1 little girl) Sheesh...Tell me where to show up and I'll advertise it and be there.
We did turn down one adopter today. It was an adult mother and daughter team. I think they wanted a cat, but they didn't want a cat to ACT like a cat. They asked questions like, "Does he meow a lot?" or "Does he shed?" or "My Mother has storage cardboard boxes - will the cat scratch the boxes? We don't want them damaged." Arggghh.....get a goldfish.
At our Petsmart location, we had FIVE adoptions - all without me. Looks like my little rescue is doing great and I'm so proud of all we do.
I came home to a cute moment from my own cat Parker and my foster cat Max. I don't know how they got into this little junky area next to our desks, but they decided it was a good place for a little tabby lovefest. (Max is the one biting Parker's neck...bad boy.)
David comes home tomorrow! I think I'm far more relaxed tonight because he's not here and I can just collapse in a sweaty, tired heap.
Sweaty and tired....but very happy. :)