The rollercoaster ride of rescue continues to baffle me. My week started in absolute chaos and seems to be ending with some excitement!
We've had SIX adoptions yesterday!!! What a way to start September, eh? We don't even have cats in Petsmart until tonight and we're movin' and shakin'. I crunched some numbers and realized we had 52 adoptions in the month of August! It's really wonderful to think with all the hard work and care that 52 little lives have found their Forever Home.
Speaking of "Forever Home"...I checked on my "Max" in his new home and he's doing great. He's sleeping with his new Mom and she said that he's a keeper. Good stuff!!
I'm having some surgery this afternoon, so as I type this I'm feeling a little distracted, but didn't want to wait until I'm home from the hospital to try to blog. This certainly isn't going to be my best blog post. LOL
We're going to the shelter this weekend to do a rescue. I wish I could be part of it, but I don't want to push myself too hard. I'm happy that we're rescuing an adult cat this time.
We woke up yesterday morning to water all over the kitchen floor and a ripped up loaf of bread dead set in the middle of the kitchen. EVERYBODY looked guilty to me, but I suspect my little Sherminator. He must've had a great time. He actually opened the bread drawer, dragged the loaf of bread out into the kitchen sink where I had some dishes soaking. Then pulled the water-soaked bread onto the floor. What a party he must've had! Wish I had the video camera running for that.
I took a picture of my own cat "Willy" yesterday. He's such a goofy guy - I often find him in this pose:
Tonight, we have foster parents arriving at Petsmart with their beloved charges to place them in a cage for adoption. Our volunteers have worked VERY VERY hard at making the Petsmart cages look gorgeous. There are fluffy blankets, toys, and cubbies to hide in. It looks like cat-xanadu in there! I'm so impressed and proud.
I'm logging off for the weekend and heading out to the hospital. No worries - small diagnostic procedure, but I'm there for the day - but it's hardly Disneyland, right?