October 31st 2010 6:01 am
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DDP: Well I am going to first congratucat Big Head on DDP! He is our huge Angel protector flying above guarding our and your furmalies from as much as he can.
Catster: It is not a good change! I am not going to say: "We are packing up the play mice and catnip never to return!!" or other ranting.
I do say along with Da Boyz that it is not a good Change! I suggest making a comment to HQ. We think a toggle with Detail would be Purrfect!
Foster: Our kits went to an adoption event and are staying at a local place to be out in the public eye. Well, they had fleas. This is a new issue. We had not a flea for years(As long as I have been here) and now, all of a sudden, here they are.
So we did frontline last month and are now doing another round. And the pills maybe. And the vacuum. And moving the fosters to another room and having to spray with chemicals(We hate chemicals).
You may say "Yeah. All of owning a cat." True. But. Da Pops is handicapped from a mean person who ran his motor-cycle into the guardrail. The bits of metal inside make things hurt. The prosthetic hurts too. And then there is only one arm that really works.
So last night he did about 2 hours of this work and then came up to get ready to do our room today. This will be an all day job to make sure they are gone gone gone this time. He called his friend and did not go to dinner last night. Called others about staying home today. He was sick of all of the work. Beat. Tired. Hurting. He was thinking "No good deed goes unpunished! This is too much! I gotta get out of this and give it up!"
So what am I, Tim, the cat getting at.
The fleas came on Annie. A poor scared little girl who had a horrible adoption story. She was abused and brought back because "she pees on everything". It is suspected she was yelled at or beaten if she "set foot on the new rug" as she will not walk on the floor. She jumps from one thing to another or stays in her crate for days at a time. On days she comes out she will sit on the cat-tree in the foster room and reach her little head out for a rub. She has gotten on Pops lap a few times. Just the noise of a truck or wind and she runs back to her crate.
And... Last night I came up and laid on his good leg like I do. I looked up at him and gave a big purr and rubbed my head on his hand.
I am a Foster
And... Today we were reading about Pigeons Gotcha day and how she now has a forever home. She was a foster.
This is the So...
So what a little work, a little cost, a little pain! So what! The rewards of a little furry face looking at you with love is payment in plenty many time over. Give and take. Sure maybe a few too many furs for awhile, but, that will change! Three successful adoptions from his first litter. Honey is doing well!
Today is a new day! Sunshine! Happiness! Purring!
Oh Oh... Pops is getting the hose monster!
Hope to see you later today when it is all done for a fast BOO!
PS Happy Halloween!
Timmy T the Rescued kitty in his forever home! Forever!
I'm sorry to hear about your Pops accident. Hopefully he will get some rest!
Hugs & Purrs,
Sorry to hear that you have fleas at your house. Sending purrs to your wonderful Pops!
Oh poor little Annie. We purr that she will find a kind and patient human soon. Your Pops is doing a great thing for all of you kits.
Oh, your diary made mom and me all leaky. Your dad is such a great guy!
I'm purring for Annie. What a sad story! How can anyone treat a kitty so badly, and why would you adopt her in the first place. People make me so angry!
I'll be sprinkling angel dust down on poor little Annie. We hope she'll be ok. Your Daddy is pawsome!
Love you guys;
Angel Sam XO