These boys who were so scared when they first came have calmed down and learned that they can have an ok time in the cat room.
Because it’s so important that they go as a pair, there is a slight discount on them. They’re pretty sweet boys.
Momma Sadie would like you to know that much as she liked the accommodations in the cat room, she’s moved on to better things in a real home, thank you very much.
And this lively young fellow, whom I didn’t even get to post, was adopted too. His name was Dickens and he was one!
I wanted to post these guys on Toesday because… well, toes. But I just didn’t get to that, and it turns out since then that they are all adopted!
All together in one cage we had these three boys – all approximately six or eight months old, I am not sure which. They came with a long note from the person who’d fostered them since they were babies, saying that they had a tendency to eye discharge, and there was nothing wrong with them and we should not return them because they weren’t sick. I didn’t really notice any eye issues, just lots of floof and action.
Aren’t they handsome? By yesterday, they’d all been adopted – two of them together, and the third one by himself.
That last boy with the swirls in his fur was my candidate for Toesday. When he slowed down long enough for me to look, I noticed his toes.
Yes, you, buddy.
We still have scads of kittens in the cat room. I guess we should be calling it the Kitten Room right now – except for Mama Sadie there isn’t anyone there who’s over a year old. Louie the wild man got adopted last week, as did big-eyed Lily. Bruce and Jenae have gone back to see the vet. They were all replaced by KITTENS. And it was a very busy day Saturday, as there were two kitten adoptions as well as a couple of people looking.
There was this batch of four black kittens, all girls. One was going home as we were leaving.
Then there was this little pair, also girls. One of them was having paperwork started for her as we were leaving.
They were so busy, mostly you saw this.
Sometimes you saw this.
This is the one that was going home.
They were very lively girls, we told the family over and over that the best toy for a kitten is another kitten but they had never had cats before and didn’t take our advice.
Then there was this young fellow, who’s been with us a few weeks and we have no idea why he hasn’t been snapped up.
These are just the youngest in the room, the ones who were ten to sixteen weeks.