After finishing up with cleaning cages, feeding, and then washing out boxes/scoopers/bowls, etc, I spent some special time with a sweet b/w kitty named Lucky. She had to spend the day in her cage because she was sneezing. Lucky is a very affectionate girl. She rested herself in my arms and started kneeding me. I just know she will make someone a very special companion.
|Big Boy (Now named Puma)|
We still have Jeff and his brother Mutt (yes, we have a kitty named that) with us. They're four months old and so full of energy. Jeff is more of a lover while Mutt likes to wiggle out of your arms and dash off.
We have nine kitties at our Petsmart Adoption Center. Callie has been with us the longest now. She's our Cat of the Week, which means her adoption fees are waived. Then there's our two boys Jeff and Mutt, Flora, Shy Holly (who is making progress), Smeegles, Lucky, Blacky, and Denver.
Denver is a handsome orangie kitty. I wish I could have gotten a nice picture of him. He was being grumpy (you can tell in the picture below) and wasn't going to have any of it. Blacky is also really handsome but is still shy with us. Flora, on the other hand, loves the attention! So does Smeegles, but only on her terms.
|Denver isn't a happy kitty|
Well, I think I've covered everypurr. Volunteering is so rewarding on so many levels. I'm really enjoying this new chapter in my life.
I was told a few weeks ago about a video that was put together using photos taken by volunteers. I've been searching everywhere for it and couldn't find it, until today. Some of the kitties photos are ones I've taken over the months. The song and pictures really pull on your heartstrings.