Erwin, Eliot, and Emerson; the author kitties

Erwin, Eliot, and Emerson (there's one in every family!) Working on getting big enough for their neuter, then off to be adopted!

There’s one in every family!

These adorable, sweet little guys were found in the garbage with their three siblings the Friday of the August long weekend. The worst timing as everything closes up. Plus, the shelters cannot handle hand feeding. They just don’t have the resources. So all six went home with a volunteer vet tech, but on the Tuesday they were divided up between me and another foster. They were about three weeks. Luckily, they took to the bottle, despite my clumsiness and inexperience. Unfortunately all three came down with bad diarrhea. Not wanting to wait, I took them to my vet who gave them a check-up and medication. It did the trick and they are thriving, growing little dudes. They’ve done lots of travelling (work, cottage, friend’s place) and met lots of people – who they love. This week they attended a fashion photo shoot. They had a blast, though got pretty tuckered out, and it was interesting for me. PLUS we’ll get fantastic, professional photos for their web profiles. Not that I suspect they’ll need them. I think they’ll be snapped up as soon as they’re ready for adoption in another couple of weeks. In fact, one of the observers at the photo shoot is interested.


About Adventures in Cat Fostering

I am a cat fosterer for Toronto Cat Rescue. I also have two cats of my own, Jonesy, the black and white, and Murphy, the brown tabby, in the photo. Both were adopted from Toronto Cat Rescue.
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