Aside from my catastrophe, it’s been VERY busy — with fosters, with work, with volunteering. And I’ve had a cold hanging on which slows me down.
I, along with all the cat caretakers, have been getting updates on Sparrow (aka Catticus) via cat caretaker Sarah, who is friends with Sparrow’s adopters. Check it out:
And thanks to a little email mix up I got a picture of Diego, clearly happy and well:
We had another HUGE intake at the Volunteer Centre. Forty-plus cats from yet another shelter in Quebec (not part of Project Velcro). I missed most of them. At one point we had 56 cats at the VC!! But for less than 24 hours. They were quickly assessed, vetted, and most went out to an adoptathon where we had 33 adoptions over a weekend! By the time I arrived for my shift there were “only” 20. All lovely and affectionate, though most of those remaining have some ongoing issues. Most of the issues are minor and treatable, ranging from spaying to dental work to eye infections. Others are more serious; one had serious anemia (improving), one has a terrible ear infection, left untreated so long he now has a “cauliflower” ear. He’s ADORABLE. Big bruiser.
Hoping for an easy weekend, both at home and the Volunteer Centre. We’ll see. 😉