Monthly Archives: May 2015

2 years, 6 months ago 2
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A text last night from a buffer/foster mom concerned that her pregnant rescue, Hermione, just pulled on Friday, had vomited and had diarrhea. After some questions and answers, we decided to wait and see before I ran over with some specialty food and sure enough….a  phone conversation at 6:30 this morning: Hermione had given birth to one baby so far, in the litter […]

2 years, 6 months ago 1
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Another busy week. The adoption fair went well. I was hoping for 5 adoptions but 4 is great and we did have a 5th shortly after…..more tomorrow we hope, some of our kittens are ready to go. Suzie took all the laundry (sheets, beds, towels), washed and folded it all. What a treat! Information was […]

2 years, 7 months ago 2
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Another rainy and cold day in Thunder Bay. Typical Victoria Day. We’re getting ready for the adoption fair, helping supporters who want to do fundraisers for us get the word out there, answering email inquiries. We also had a few adoptions – one to a young woman living in a group home and supported by her […]

2 years, 7 months ago 1
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Here we go again with song titles but thought of it as I was driving back and forth and back and forth and back and forth with vet runs for spays this week. We delayed a spay on one little girl and had her done the next day just in case. All is well. She […]

2 years, 7 months ago 1
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We are pleased to receive another cheque through an RBC grant. I believe it’s $1000…I hope it is….and another photo shoot tomorrow. People will think we’re rolling in the dough or is it fresh cat litter? Our bill on Friday was over $2000 and Marlys and I who pay most of the vet bills were […]

2 years, 7 months ago 1
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Do not go gentle into that good night. Rage rage against the dying of the light. Ruth fought hard to save little Squeakers. We thought we lost him a few days ago when he appeared to be lifeless but he recovered. Little Squeakers was just 2 weeks old when he was brought to Animal Services…a […]