DEC 23: Blind feral cat Harriet has joined Mirok, Robin and Watson! She is from the same colony they came from. We are monitoring closely while she learns how to navigate this new space. Fortunately, blind cats adapt extremely well, and we are confident that once we are able to socialize her she will have a happy, healthy live in a loving home. We suspect she is able to detect light and dark to some extent, and we are not anticipating being able to restore her vision.
OCT 22: Introducing… the “We’re #2!” litter!
The amazing #2 theme was suggested by a chatter, due to the infinite poo capacity demonstrated by our newest arrivals. We of course loved the idea, so these names are all after famous sidekicks:
Ethel – tuxie girl
Watson – tuxie boy
Robin – tabby boy
Alfred – panther boy
These four sweet babies were orphaned at just three weeks old. The property owner heard them crying, contacted us, and together we determined mama was likely not coming back. Because they came from our Happy Forest colony area, we knew they would almost certainly have ringworm and require a huge amount of time and treatment to cure. They need to be kept carefully quarantined to avoid spreading the highly contagious ringworm fungus, which makes things extra tough when you’re dealing with teeny tiny little orphans who miss their mama and are just learning how to eat on their own.
We remain on the lookout for any cat who could be their mama, but are not hopeful. The tragic reality of cat overpopulation is that if mama was killed, these four babies would have died too. Luckily, they were discovered in time and instead will be spayed, neutered and adopted into loving homes.
OCT 17: Grandpa Mason has sent us some more surprise kittens…. three weeks old, with the dreaded ringworm. We need to follow a strict isolation protocol to keep the ringworm contained, so they won’t be able to have the usual toys and other adorable things for now since we will need to throw away or thoroughly disinfect everything they come into contact with.
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