Kim Kardashian, eat your heart out!
I’m sorry I haven’t been here very much lately. The truth is, I’ve created new cat page on Facebook called Feral to Friendly Felines, and I’ve been posting most everything in there. If you’d like, you can “Like” my page there and see daily kitty content. 🙂
Have a Happy & Safe New Year!
My wonderful friend, Francisca Midwifetothesoul, made this video of my feral rescues singing Silent Night. Please watch ’til the end on youtube and check the links in the description!
I have created a fundraising page to help a feral cat in my neighborhood.
Please take a look at my link..
food and water over to some feral cats at the feedmill here in town
since the summer of 2012. Well, the mother and two of her female
offspring all had litters last spring, at which point I had no idea how I
was going to deal with this situation (now 12 cats plus two toms
hanging around). So I contacted Angel’s Wish in Verona, who helped
me get in contact with Dan Johnson, the spay/neuter coordinator from
Dane County Friends of Ferals. FoF had so many kittens already from
the spring births that it was difficult to get in touch with the necessary
people there so Dan put me in contact with a wonderful woman, Judy
Gregg, here in B.E. who helped me trap the kittens and we have been
taking care of them in our homes since late June, while trying to
find homes for them. We have gotten all three feral mothers spayed at
the vet clinic here in town at our own expense, and have spent
countless hours, money and energy re-homing the kittens, keeping up
with vet bills and caring for all these cats. Dan and Judy have
been tremendously gracious with their time and money toward helping
these cats and kittens. I was also able to convince a neighbor to neuter
her free-roaming male (whom I suspect is the father of many of the
kittens) I have documented the entire story on Facebook with photos
since the beginning. During this labor of love, I adopted 4 of the kittens
and a feral mama who didn’t fare well in the terribly cold winter outdoors.
These kitties came into my life as my husky, Timber and my cat, Bam Bam
were both diagnosed with terminal illnesses. It would have been unbearable
to have been in an empty house. So who saved who? Oreo (in photo)
Tyson, Misty, Xena & Echo are my living angels.