Three seems to be the magic number for Chad and me this kitten season. We started out with our three little cosmonauts, Kova, Kaya, and Garin. Not surprisingly, fluffy Miss Kova got adopted first. Not to be outdone, Kaya got a fantastic application the day after we delivered Kova to … Continue reading
Kova, Kaya, and Garin got their first vaccination (and second deworming) tonight, so you know what that means. Yep! They get to go to their first adoption fair this Saturday. And Sunday, too, of course. Which means YOU can finally get to meet them! It also means that instead of … Continue reading
My friend Azizah Asgarali, aka @gourmetpens, has a regular feature on her blog called Wordless Wednesday. It’s usually pics of her gorgeous cats. I thought it might be something nice to start doing on my blog. After all, with 6-week-old kittens in the house, we have no shortage of cat … Continue reading
Kitten season is here, and on Friday Chad and I picked up our first set of fosters for the year. We were supposed to get two siblings from a litter, but that morning Sharon texted to ask if we could take a third kitten. “If not,” she said, “I can … Continue reading
I’ll never forget the day we got the call about fostering Akhe. Jennifer, a volunteer on ARFP‘s rescue team, told us that she needed a foster home for two young kittens, about ten weeks old. “They’re pretty scared – not feral, just timid, so they’ll need a lot of socialization. … Continue reading
If you’ve been keeping track, then you know that I’ve raised $490 in Human Race donations so far. That puts me just $10 from my goal.
When I first posted about walking in the Human Race to raise money for ARFP, I said that I have over 100 followers on Twitter, so if each one donated just $5 I’d easily make my goal. Now I just need two. Continue reading
What kind of person would leave a dog in a crate with no food, no water, and no one to find her until the next day?
If Millie could talk, I’m sure she could tell us, because that’s exactly what happened to her. Continue reading
I’m not a bird person. It’s not that I don’t like birds. It’s just that I’ve never been very interested in them, beyond pointing out hawks sitting on poles by the highway, or looking for owls in the trees by my old house, or being entranced as a massive flock of unspecified birds wheels left and right, up and down in perfect choreography (which is, if you’ve never seen it, amazingly cool to watch). Continue reading