I did round up three other cats to be fixed yesterday at Heartland. Two came from the Albany woman. Originally it was four from there along with some Lebanon cats I was going to get fixed Monday. But both fell through, with the Lebanon folks pretty much non communicative and the Albany woman forgot and was gone. that's how I ended up in Shedd instead. It was a good thing.
Yesterday two of the Albany woman's cats were fixed, a boy and girl, who lives outside and they don't know where she came from. She was pregnant. While the Albany woman was sad to hear she was pregnant at spay, she conceded the kittens would have been born in the berry vines or under a house, turned feral to only breed more. She's quite shy, and only lets one person there touch her.
|Lisa Marie, fixed yesterday|
|Michael Jackson was also fixed yesterday|
Another female who lives in a shop in Lebanon, just showed up there, was fixed too. She had possibly a miscarraige in the shop. The folks found a quarter size jelly fish looking bubble with blood on it where she was sitting. So my friend Diana, who knows them, picked her up and yesterday she was spayed. Delilah will return once she recovers with Diana a few days.
Berry looks a lot like all the other cats from the Shedd colony. He's so darn sweet, however, I just love him.
With Berry going home today, the Shedd colony chapter will close. I'm glad to have helped get all those cats fixed quickly.
Thank you also to the FCCO and to Willamette Humane's feral fix program and to Heartland Humane.