Dodger's adoption and rescue thoughts

KittensKittensKittensKittensKittensKittensKittensKittensKitt- ensKittensKittensKittens

July 21st 2012 9:35 am
[ Leave A Comment ]

Every week I post about the hard work of rescue and you may wonder why we do it. Last Saturday one of our new foster homes came to pick up her foster kittens at the end of the day. She said that she actually was happy that they weren't adopted and wondered if that made her a bad person. My person told her that placement days are happy/sad days You are happy if your foster kittens are adopted and you are a bit sad to see them go. The thing is that once fosters get adopted there are so many more needing homes that sometimes the sad passes quickly with the excitement and work of getting to know new foster kittens. Please adopt don't shop. Please post adoptable animals on your facebook pages and share them with all your friends. Support your local rescue groups and shelters. They are on the front lines helping animals in your community. They need your money (if you can) or your time or your old towels or the food that someone snubbed or toys that aren't fun anymore. Support your local community cat caretakers. They work very hard to help these kitties that live on the fringes of our societies and help keep our cities free of vermin. Help all of us help the animals in our communities.

 
 

Leave a Comment


Enter your comment information or log in if you have an account.

Fields marked with * are required


Anti-spam Challenge:
9 + 6 =

 

Dodger


 

Family Pets

Petipaw
Giselle
Petruchio
Sauterne
Riesling
Dervish
Strega

Subscribe

(What does RSS do?)