The property is slowly reverting to nature, including the old farm house. It's a pity. They don't build them like that anymore.
The house and barn can be a little spooky at night. My friend and I went again last night to search for possible kittens, because Specs paper work (that's the little gray tabby) was marked "postpartum". However, "lactating" was not marked on the paperwork, so there's always a worry, when one is marked but not the other. Were there, are there kittens out there, but if so, Specs paperwork surely would have been marked "lactating".
The cats do not return there, once caught. We were being silly here....but the house is a little on the creepy side....
I dropped off Specs and Conrad, the two I caught there, who needed fixed, and D brought up three more, two from Brownsville and one from her son in Tangent, a cat left behind by a neighbor who moved. Her son cares for Orion now. And now Orion is fixed ,along with the two Brownsville girls, Melody and Gracie. One of those two was from a stables, where there are more needing fixed.
|Conrad, huge buff tux male, but he turned out to be previously neutered. He got an ear tip and updated on shots, worming and flea treatment anyway.|
|Orion, the Tangent trailer park boy, now fixed|
|Melody, a buff girl fixed, from Brownsville|
|Gracie was also fixed. She too came up from Brownsville.|
Off I went with those five cats, plus Zoey, who looked so small and scared in the carrier. After leaving the five at whs to be fixed, Zoey and I went on up to Wilsonville, to meet Animal Rescue and Care Fund. It was hard on me to say goodbye to Zoey.
|Goodbye sweet wonderful Zoey|
If you are on facebook, here is the link to her photo on Purringtons site.
Goodbye Zoey and good luck, sweetie.
Cami, you are awesome, you go girl! And thank you to all who have helped her.
Onward we go....