We were expecting 50 cats from Quebec again. I wasn’t signed up for any. They were supposed to come Thursday. I got an email on Tuesday night: “They came early! Can you come and help?” So I headed over to our Feral Recovery Centre* to help. When I got there, the rescue team already had things under control. There wasn’t anything left to do except take some kittens off their hands! There are a lot of cages at the FRC but not enough for 50 cats!! So here we are. Yes, that is a two-crate set-up on my dining room table! So once again I’m over the “cage limit”. But we were told — officially — that it was ok for this rescue. 😉
Dahlia and Pavot are big enough to be spayed/neutered but need a little socialization. Dahlia is a little shy and Pavot hisses whenever I come near. But both are easily handled and should be fine in no time!
After a few treats there was already an improvement! And this was Pavot when I waved DaBird around:
* the Feral Recover Centre is a warehouse space, big enough for these kinds of intakes. It is all set up with food, supplies, even a large sink with a hose for bathing. After a 12 hour ride, a few of them were in dire need of a wash. 😦