Monthly Archives: August 2015
Always good to have friends in rescue. I had emailed a few rescues with some questions about best practice and one woman from a well known rescue in Toronto, responded. We spent some time playing telephone tag and finally connected. It was good to talk, ask questions, compare and vent. I think we should have […]
Always. We pulled 8 kittens varying in age from 6 to 12 weeks and 7 adults last week. We contacted every foster on file asking if they were still available but what with the holidays, I think people are reluctant to commit..and understandably so. We will revisit that in the fall. Some of our student fosters […]
The mother cat accepted the baby. James left a message. “Just calling. He’s been fine for 3 hours now. Not a peep out of him. It’s been eating and she’s been taking care of it. I guess a miracle happened today. Right on.” Yes….Right on.
Got a phone call late last night from my painting contractor. She just found a small kitten and I was ready with my routine answer “sorry, we can’t take it….we take only those that are to be euthanized at Animal Services and only if we have space” but I listened as she went on. She had […]
Senseless death of Cecil and the other Cecils out there…. Why do we kill just for the thrill? Why do we abandon helpless animals and think they can survive. Maybe we know they won’t and just don’t care. Are we so hardened to human and animal suffering that it’s easy to turn our backs, look the […]