Also today in the news, an Albany man was arrested for a violent murder of another man at my vacation home, the rest area, south of Wilsonville. There has been a lot of crime there.
I will leave that one out of my coffee table book on best parking lots although I do spend a lot of time there.
I spent last night saving kittens from a parking lot. I caught seven in all from two litters and I caught one mom, might be the mom of the older litter. They're 8 or 9 weeks and wild things. Three Siamese and an orange tabby. The younger litter is composed of an orange tabby and two black tuxes, whom I netted, as they napped on concrete by the dumpster. Kittens shouldn't grow up that way. Now these won't have to.
I'm not sure if I got them all or not. They're all now up west of Salem, nice woman who fosters and tames feral kittens, with her adult son, who is a cat whisperer. She'll get them fixed and probably adopt them out, or some of them out, through Salem Friends of Felines, she thinks.
I'm so happy she could take them. The Happy Cat Club donated $50 to her to help with their expenses, although its not much.
|This girl, Charms I called her, is darling, long hair Lynx point and although wild, she was already prancing around my bathroom and purring. Won't take much to turn her to a tame thing.|
|A black tux from the littlest litter with a long hair chocolate point from the older litter.|
|Littlest litter orange and white boy, just after being trapped.|
|Older litter orange tab, vacuuming the pavement for any hint of food. Poor kittens.|
|Momma Siam, it will be ok. You're good.|