Before we start the post for today we all want to wish our dear friend Marg a very Happy Birthday. We love you Marg!!!
Well, now you know why Kitten Action Team was here. We now have about 11 ferals and it was time to help this wonderful colony of ours from growing in size. Besides, there were some awfully young kittens that were way to young to have kittens. Y’all know and appreciate that. On a side note, our feral friend Tabs (he was the one who had his sister go missing) has been missing since March 19th and we’re certain he won’t be back. He was the most friendly and would rub on Dad’s leg and Dad could finally pet his tail. We are all very sad about dear Tabs. Miss you sweet friend.
Anyways, I got a bit off track there. So, it was time to do a little TNR project in our backyard.
Sandy, the head of Kitten Action Team, her friend Ann, and our Dad, got the traps ready for our sweeties. Were we successful? Well, yes and no. Out of eight traps we managed to get 3-1/2. Huh? We actually caught our neighbor cat Tiger, and she was not amused at all. Of course we let her out. We managed to get 2 females and 1 male.
So, here are the graduates. There were three, and they came back home to us the other day.
This is LB, which stands for Lil Black. She is a real cutie in person and her furs are like the softest velvet every.
This is NZ. The NZ stands for Not Zelda. When we trapped her we were certain that it was our feral named Zelda, so that went on her trap tag. The next morning when Dad took their breakfast outside he was greeted by Mom Cat AND Zelda, so NZ she is now.
This is Junior, or as Mom call him, JR. Isn’t he a handsome dude? Why is he called Junior? Because he is the spitting image of his Daddy, The Big Guy, who has been with us for years and years. His Daddy is really aging and is no longer able to, well, you know. Junior is from last kitten season.
Welcome home graduates, we’ve all missed you and so did your feral family. We’ll update you on how we do with round two. Helping our ferals is a must do, but we know you all know that. Thanks to Sandy and Ann from Kitten Action Team for lending a helping paw.
Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!
p.s. Round two we got one girl and one boy. Slow progress.