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Dodger's adoption and rescue thoughts

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September 15th 2012 9:22 am
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I know I often talk about rescue and adoptions and the importance of spay and neuter. You must all think that I don't think of anything else. Of course I love my naps, catnip, food, cuddling with my person, and toys but we do spend a lot of time coordinating foster homes, taking in foster kittens, fundraising, taking care of foster kittens, volunteering at events and attending meetings. Wow that sounds like a lot and so you say what do you get out of it? We get to make foster kittens healthy and see the joys they bring to their adopters. We get to cry when the foster kittens don't make it. That is hard but we know that even if they didn't make it-in their last hours they knew love and comfort. We get to hear the wonderful stories that everyone you meet wants to tell you about their cat. We get to meet supporters like the wonderful people last night at an event who gave donations over and above the price of any of our fundraising things for sale. It is hard but in so many ways we are the lucky ones. Please purr with me and my family on the power of purr for rescues and forever homes for all.


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Purred by: GRAZIE (Catster Member)

September 15th 2012 at 12:37 pm

Oh neato! you're so so right bout dat. I'm a Yolo County Humane Society success story - feral, fostered and furever homed.

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