Thankful Thursday Blog Hop: A Quick Peek at the Feral Hotel

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Hello gang, thanks for coming by for our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop. You know that I am always excited and thankful to each of you for joining us! Each and every Thursday we share the things for which we are most thankful and we always enjoy reading all of the things you are thankful for too. If you are new to our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop, thanks for hopping in, we really do excited when new blogger pals join us!

Isn’t it hard to believe that January is about over and this is the last Thankful Thursday Blog Hop for this month?!?! WOW, time is flying by. Anyways, today, in addition to being thankful for my wonderful Hammick, I’m thankful that our feral family has a hotel area on the back deck. It’s totally theirs, although one time there was an opossum that checked in briefly.

Their hotel area keeps them dry when it’s pouring rain and keeps them warm with the temperature gets way too cold, like it did last week. Their area consists of 3 houses, a lounge and an igloo. Here’s a couple of clips taken during the late night hours and you’ll see them checking in for the night.

We really are thankful for our feral family and we’re thankful they like their Hotel area. So, what are you thankful for today? Tell us in the comments an then join us for our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop.

Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

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53 thoughts on “Thankful Thursday Blog Hop: A Quick Peek at the Feral Hotel

  1. meowmeowmans

    Brian, you sure do look comfy in your hammick. And we are so glad your ferals love the feral hotel. Your family is so awesome, making sure that the ferals are safe and taken care of. XO

  2. Madison

    That is amazing that they just know it is safe and they are so calm and even lodge together. You are wonderful to have this safe place for them.

  3. Timmy Tomcat

    We just got our ferals back after failed socialization. Dad says the group he was working with spent way too long before they let him know that they were not adapting. They are now in our back room with safety and enough to eat. They have a home forever here and will go back out in a week or so when Dad gets our cat houses.
    Thanks so much for all you do that was a great video

  4. Teddy

    You all are so wonderful to give your feral community a “soft place to fall” – a safe night’s sleep or a meal or sometimes a spot to recover from a fight or long journey. We just have one heated house on our porch but it’s very often occupied when we check in the morning. Mom takes breakfast out to the lucky overnighter. Every little bit helps doesn’t it.

    Hugs, Teddy

  5. Purrseidon

    Brian dear furiend, that is a great hotel! I purrticularly like the one that looks like and igloo. Last week, DellaDharma was meowing about wanting an igloo, but she didn’t have enough snow…. This could be an ideal solution!
    Thank you for hosting this blog hop.
    Purrseidon

  6. Sandee

    What a wonderful thing to do for the kitties that need a safe place to be. You’re the best.

    Thank you for hosting the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Thankful Thursday. Scritches to all the kitties. ♥

  7. Ellen Pilch

    I am thankful for people like your folks who take such good care of the feral kitties. Thanks for hosting. Have a great day! XO

  8. da tabbies o trout towne

    de hotel bee awesum !!!!! 984 pawz UP ta dad N mom….we can say… we noe de feralz… iz mega thanx full 🙂 total lee kewl ~~~~~

  9. Katie Isabella

    I LOVE seeing the ferals checking in. Love that they are so warm and well fed and happy with their lives. Many many many thank yous.

  10. Lisa

    Wow, that is wonderful! I’m sure they are very thankful for your care and concern. And Brian….you look extremely thankful for that hammock! X

  11. caren

    that is so sweet, it brought tears to my eyes. I am so happy they know to seek out shelter and they couldn’t have picked a better family to shelter with! xoxo

  12. K Bear

    I am amazed to see that they share the shelter? Do they get along well enough to do that? You are so good to them. Thanks so much for your huge hearts.

  13. Mickeys Musings

    We love that setup and that the ferals like it too 🙂
    We like when cats have safe places.
    We also like you enjoying a good snooze.
    Mum loves your pawsome paw and toesies too 😉
    Purrs,Georgia and Julie

  14. Pam

    Okay, so I have to ask what the hotel is made of? I love that the feral have a safe and warm place to go. Its cool that folks like your mom and dad and my brother takes care of these poor babes…

  15. Kitties Blue

    What a great set up for the feral kitties. We know they appreciate it. Brian, that is a super adorable photo of you. Thanks for the wonderful view of your toesies. As we write this, Sawyer is asleep in Mom’s lap, and she says that is the best “thankful,” that she never expected would happen. XOCK, angel Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo, Cooper Murphy and Sawyer

  16. Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song

    We have been asked about how to make an enclosure for feral cats. I tell them to check out your site. You have the best.

  17. Anne Robinson

    You have such kindness. The feral cats were always in my grandfathers yard and he always tried to feed them. It was hard seeing them in the cold weather and he did try to trap them humanely but they seemed to outsmart him. A friend in Arizona took care of a family of ferals and my friend Lorna who lives a few miles up the road from me in a more rural works with a local vet to capture them humanely and tame them and find them homes. She once had a young female and took her to the rescue. On the way there she said that little cat cried and cried. When she got home the rescue called her to say the cat had given birth recently. Lorna drove back and brought her home long enough to convince her to show her where her babies were. She trusted Lorna and they were all saved. It is a story we just do not hear enough of. Thank you for all you do for the ferals. HUGS

  18. Little Binky and Granny

    You look so cute in your hammick, Brian and we’re so thankful that you give the ferals such a warm and cozy place too. It’s so wonderful to see how they already have found their furrever home💗Pawkisses for a Happy Weekend to all of you🐾😽💞

  19. Sailor Edgar

    Very thoughtful of you! The only wild animals we see around here are an occasional rabbit, opossum, or muskrat (in fact, we have seen one of each in the past few days). A couple of decades ago, we saw a fox about a block from our house. We were surprised because even back then the area was developed enough that foxes would not be expected.

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