Yesterday’s spays and neuters went just fine. Surprisingly to me, the trip to drop this bunch of kittens off for their surgeries was much quieter than the bunch who went last week.
Pretzel had to go along with them because her FIV/FeLV test was “inconclusive” last week – the test itself was bad, and a retest of her came back with the expected negative result.
There are people coming to meet kittens today, and so I expect it’s not going to be too long before kittens start heading home. If you’re interested in any of them, you can email Forgotten Felines of Huntsville at info (at) ffhsv.org to inquire. (We’re in Huntsville, Alabama, and you must come here to complete the adoption; Forgotten Felines has a strict kitten policy – kittens must be joining a home with a playful kitty already in residence OR be adopted with another kitten.)
2019: Who wants to fly into Nashville or drive to Huntsville to pick up a couple, huh?
2018: Fender and Gauge make me think of Lenny and Squiggy for some reason. “Hallo!”
2017: No entry.
2016: Charleston says “This is MINE. You get your own.”
2015: The ducks, looking for trouble.
2014: TC coming out from his hidey hole under the doll bed.
2013: Too much helium for Adriana this morning.
2012: No entry.
2010: No entry.
2009: Pink (Milano) is too important to hang out with the little people.
2008: There’s just nothing like having four warm little kittens flopped against you, purring to beat the band.
2007: I CANNED TURKEY BROTH.
2006: No entry.
2005: Yesterday marked six years since we adopted Miz Poo.