This was me when you first met me. My foster mum said I was light as a feather!Did you know it has rained every day for 23 days straight?! Our foster mum said she is going to go troppo very soon. One of the roads to the shelter is washed away! It's not there anymore! We know we are lucky though, because our home and and the shelter are safe, and we are safe. We are sending our purrs and our prayers to our countrymen, women, kitties, woofies and everybody affected by the horrible fires and floods. We hope this cosmic joke will right itself soon, and our friends down south will get the water that they need.
The shelter vet couldn't get to the shelter for a few days because of the cyclone we had last week. Because of this, a lot of kitties are caught up in the desexing backlog. Thor and Loki are stuck there, but I was lucky to get through. Mum was going to bring them home yesterday until things settle back down, but the entire kittens were having a ball in their section, so she decided to leave them. Mum's friend at the shelter is going to keep a close eye on them, but she thinks they are continuing to thrive. If that changes, they'll come home with Mum.
This was me when she came to the shelter yesterday! I'm almost looking mancatly! I am up for adoption now at the shelter.
I am picking on kitties my own size now! My foster mum was giggling at how tough I was trying to be. Before I left, I was bashing my sisters, and they started to wee outside the box. Now things have settled down for them again, and I have other kitties happy to wrassle with me all day if I wanted!
Polly went home yesterday! My foster mum was shocked when she saw her. She is SO skinny. Foster mum could feel every individual bone in her spine and chest, and thought it was a little bit scary. Polly has also broken her tail. It's up at the tip though, so it wont bother her. It's been a bit of a struggle getting her to eat- she just doesn't want to. Foster mum has been forcing kitten formula into her, and late last night she got some Whiskas gravy into her. Today foster Mum learned that if she puts Polly infront of a dish with one of the other kittens, and Polly can watch the other kitten, Polly will start eating on her own! That makes it much easier than trying to force the food into her, especially because Polly might be very weak, but she is one fiesty little girl kitten! She has put on a little bit of weight today, and her eyes are brighter, so that is good. The other girls are cuddling with her, and being good big sisters.
Have a super week, dudes and dudettes!