|Purred: Mon Aug 20, '12 6:04am PST |
|I'm sorry you had to rehome, but you found her a home with someone you love and trust.
We foster on occasion. It's very hard to say goodbye to a foster, but with 6 cats in 2 rooms and big vet bills, we must.
We live with severe allergies...and it's funny, so does Ruffy. We have air purifiers going all the time, and we clean alot...vacum and dust.
I also do accupuncture-which works wonders...and my friends know that my cats are my life...if you don't like cats or are allergic then don't come here.
You did what you felt was best for Kittybaby. You didn't allow her to go to a kill shelter, you didn't turn her loose to fend for herself. You found her a responsible home with someone you trust.
Our foster, Delilah was CK's best buddy. It broke his heart when she went to her new home. But she has more than we could have provided for her- 2 loving moms who dote on her, and provide her a wonderful life, and she even has a country house and a city house.
Don't beat yourself up...you can visit Kittybaby and perhaps work on your immune system to help build it up.
I'm sorry for your loss...ask the adopter for some pictures of Kittybaby at her new home. It may make you feel better she's doing well. When I saw Delilah running across the top of the bookcase, and sleeping in her moms lap, my heart was full.
hugs to you....you are a good person,
Deb and the KG Cats
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