January 12th 2013 9:01 am
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I know that Dodger before me and I often sing the same tune. . adopt and rescue and support your local rescue and shelters and spay and neuter, but we can't stop talking and posting about these until there is no need. I just get so cross with 'activists' who complain and demand but DON'T DO MUCH ELSE. Hey you activists out there are you unhappy with things as they are? Stop running your mouth and get out and do something. Raise money for your local shelter or rescue group. Do you want low cost or free spay neuter in your community? Then talk to local vets and see if they will volunteer at a clinic or offer low cost spay/neuter at their facility. My person gets so fed up with demands for action from people who don't do anything.
Sorry, had to get that off my chest. Please purr with me and my family in the spirit of Dodger for rescue and homes for all.
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Preach it, Dervish! Mom has some good news that we had another vet now signing up to work TNR once a month and we got a small grant to go towards our feral TNR program! During the winter things be sorta quiet around here, but we expects the new "crop" of feral kittens by the end of February. It be my mom's job to socialize kittens for adoption like she did for my baby, Bailey.
Glad to see furs fighting back. Mom and dad rescued me in May 2012 from our local rescue group. I was living in a "cat colony" in a foster home that I had lived in since I was young, but the foster had so many cats, many of us lived outside. BUT the local group does lots of TNR, and all of us are spayed/neutered (our local vet gives GREAT discounts and offers a free checkup as part of our adoption and does lots of very low cost clinics for spay/neuter and shots)
I'm now a very happy, well adjusted indoor kitty and love my new family and big brofur. Thanks for all you do to help all furs find good homes.