Sunday, May 24, 2009

Updates of an assorted nature

Fact One: Geneva is no longer available. On or about Thursday afternoon, someone else fell in love with Geneva. Friday morning, Geneva got spayed. Friday afternoon, someone took my sweet, loving (possibly crazy -- not that there is anything wrong with that) girl home.

Fact Two: Tulip is now available for adoption. She is a very sweet young girl, and seemed to get on fine with our cats once we let her about. She is seems pretty easygoing for such a crazy girl. Come see her and you will agree...

FURTHER UPDATE (if very, very late): Tulip did not stay all that long in the shelter either. She has also been taken to her new permanent home (some time ago...)

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Introducing Tulip

Here comes our newest friend, Tulip.

Tulip will only be with us for a couple of weeks. She has an upper respiratory infection to get over. These sorts of things tend to be both contagious and very dangerous if not treated, so she is getting some quiet time and daily antibiotics in our isolation room.

She has a cute little round head, the shape of which makes it look small for her body.

Or maybe it is the weightlifter neck she has going on...

Tulip is very friendly and active, even while she is sick. She is still a young girl though, and will likely settle down somewhat once she feels better and has a bit more room to play in. She has not reacted to our cats outside the door at all, but while she is in isolation she will not be meeting them formally.

Sunday, May 3, 2009

That did not last long

The fosters returned to the shelter on Friday, 5/1 at noon. When last I heard (Friday mid-afternoon), only Cinnamon and Geneva were still not adopted. What can I say, we make seriously good kittens. I will check in on Monday, and see how the others fared over the weekend.