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Stop It

Argh… can’t stand it. I have to counter-act the negativity of my last post with something good.

We caught three feral cats during the really cold snap after Christmas and they’ve all been fixed, checked for disease, and vaccinated. The little ones have lung worm, but they’re fighting it off.

These are the younger two. One is definitely going to be adoptable; the other one might be if he gets enough affection. They look so nervous here!

It's okay, little guys! We're the food givers!

They were caught together in the same trap

I didn’t get a picture of the older black guy because he was so terrified and flying everywhere trying to get away from us at the shelter. Then when I showed up later, he was hiding under the blankets. He’ll be released soon, so he’ll be happy again and free of parasites.

I already had offers from two co-workers to go and snuggle with the cats for an hour to help make them more adoptable. That’s so wonderful!

See, this is what I need to be thinking about when I start getting miserable. It’s just so hard to break into the spiral once it has started.

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2 thoughts on “Stop It

  1. All this cat talk has brought you a bunch of snuggly friends. I’m sure they will all find happy homes soon. Yours is the third cat rescue story I’ve heard this week. Why are people abandoning so many animals?

    • AlexMac on said:

      Hahaha, yes indeed. Although these guys are ferals, so they aren’t so snuggly right now. We have a bunch of feral cats near where I work for some reason, so I started a catch and release program with some of my coworkers and the shelter.

      We are going to be rehabilitating the female gray, the other two I released today. I wish I didn’t have to, but they were so happy to be out again.

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