Monthly Archives: August 2017

“Timid” Fae

Oh, boy, does Fae enjoy her freedom now. After months of showing NO interest in coming out of the foster room now she resents going back in. She hasn’t been eating well. I suspect finickiness, not anything more serious, so … Continue reading

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Black Cat Appreciation Day

Apparently it’s Black Cat Appreciation Day. Fortunately, Brendan took some lovely photos of Jemma yesterday while she was at work: Check out Tails from the Foster Kittens for some interesting info (always!) on black cats.

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Weekend Stories

Flynn was adopted! The meet and greet was amazing. He was his weird, skittish self, but very playful. They were captivated and loved him immediately. Since he left, I’ve been letting Fae run free — mostly because she wanted to, … Continue reading

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Gross!

I thought I’d seen gross. This gig has shown me a rainbow of diarrhea shades, a variety of infections, lice, mites, vomit, placentas, you name it, I thought I’d seen it. Until now. NOW I’ve seen the grossest thing ever. … Continue reading

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Mama’s Boy!

Little Flynn is such a nervous nelly. In some ways, he’s made progress since Fern left, but he’s still mostly confined with Fae. He’s seemed more keen on getting out and mixing with the others. So I tried letting him … Continue reading

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I’m going to miss this feisty little weirdo

Dot was adopted on the weekend. I’ll miss her, but I’m happy for her, too. She’s going to be an only cat with all the attention just for her. And she’s going to have an exciting life! She has a … Continue reading

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Progress

Jemma is doing great. Her stool is MUCH better. But she’s still young and not quite all better. So I don’t trust her running free for any length of time (I let her out once in a while for a … Continue reading

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