Last night, the good news:
I don’t mind telling you, I was a little worried about Koko because reports were that she wasn’t happy. I hoped that she’d relax into the routine of being at Petsmart – and now she doesn’t have to. Yay, Koko!
But there was also bad news last night: Levine was returned. He was just adopted last Thursday, but the family’s circumstances changed unexpectedly, necessitating a return. Teresa reported that after some snuggles, she put him in the cage with Nubbs and Shelton, there was a lot of sniffing, a hiss, and then they started playing. So, not too traumatic for him, and he got a break. I have a good feeling about this weekend – fingers crossed!
New foster kitten blog alert! Three Tiny Tabbies is up and running, go check them out and admire those ADORABLE little faces!
Speaking of cats – remember Emily, the cat GD rescued? See here for reference. GD told me on Monday that Emily is on a trial 2-week sleepover; hopefully the trial goes well, and the paperwork will be finalized – I bet that girl has found her home! Yay, Emily and double-yay GD!
If you’re in the North Alabama area, Cat Tales – the yearly fundraiser for Challenger’s House – is just around the corner! It’s taking place on April 8th from 6 – 8:30 pm at the Monte Sano state lodge. You can see the flyer below (click on it to get the full-size .jpg), or download it in PDF form here.
Also, Challenger’s House is accepting donations for the silent auction – If you have quality items that you would like to donate for the silent auction, please contact Susan at the Shelter (256-420-5995) or by email at email@example.com. Acceptable items include art, gift baskets, antiques, collectibles, gift certificates, home/garden furnishings, etc.
If you’re in the area, I hope we see you there!
In the middle of March, I glanced over to the side stoop, and saw Archie sitting there looking very displeased (I mean, even more displeased than usual, if that’s a possibility). I went over to see what was going on, and found that FancypantsV2.0 was sitting there eating.
I wish I could report that we’ve trapped FancypantsV2.0 and whisked him off for testing and neutering, but he comes around so sporadically – perhaps once a week – that we haven’t been able to do so yet. And the moment after I took that last picture, he zoomed off the side stoop and was GONE. I’m really hoping he belongs to someone in the area – he’s in really good shape (as far as I can tell). We’ll keep working at it, of course.
2015: That Open Mouth of Outrage is ALL BUSINESS.
2014: No entry.
2013: No entry.
2012: Little stumpy the half-tailed kitten.
2011: Alice, Alice, Alice.
2010: No entry.
2009: No entry.
2008: No entry.
2007: Best picture of Spanky, EVER.
2006: No entry.
2005: No entry.