Thursday, July 9, 2015

We're Going to Have to Watch This One!



 She's already plotting her escape!  Thankfully, she's too big to squeeze between the bars!

So, YES! We got a new batch of little phone bank volunteers this afternoon. I got word late this morning that they had arrived, and I was just waiting for them to get checked out by the doc before I came in to pick them up.

They're home and all settled in now, and though they're a wee bit timid and will go to the back of their cage when we're in the room,  I'm sure they're going to turn it around fast.  I bet they'll all be purring before tomorrow is gone.

I think you're going to like them. It's a delightful assortment!

Now, I don't have names for them yet because as part of the FUNdraiser, we will be auctioning off those rights. We'll show you the whole batch, and then the auction will start!

I look forward to finding out what this adorable gray tabby girl's name is!


  1. Oh my goodness. If she's still around in August I may be leaving Seattle-area with a furry pocket... (i kid I kid but seriously, HOW CUTE IS SHE.)

  2. Lisa (mom of Chai)July 9, 2015 at 10:27 PM

    Oh dear, now I have to move from BC down to Tacoma because that's the face I've been waiting for all my life... :-\

  3. Awww, gray tabbies rule. Look at the little ear tufts!

  4. This is a random question for anyone who fosters or loves kittens (so basically everyone reading this blog!) but, I'm trying to get my parents to let me foster kittens, and if we do end up fostering, should we go to a no-kill shelter, where we'll be supporting no-kill and still possibly saving some lives? Or a pound or kill-shelter :( ,where we'll be definitely saving lives, but still working with a place that kills animals? (Sorry for the dark subject-and on my first post:( !)

    1. Here's a article that describes "Kill" Vs "No-Kill" or "Open Admission" Vs "Limited Admission". Please give it a read and maybe it will help shape your opinion.

  5. Mousecat12-- You face a difficult decision, the making of which will hurt you in some way no matter which way you decide, as will the inevitable heartbreaks (of one kind or another) which occasionally come with fostering, working with shelters, etc. It seems from your post that you already have some awareness of that, so all I can say is *May it be blessed*. Sending up prayers for you and your parents-- Arowyn



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