Wednesday, May 31, 2017

The Grange Kitty Family



Also, I retrapped Mistachio at the county park.  One more out of there!  Here's a photo of her I took when she was loved and well cared for by a park host before she was fired.  



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  1. Like watching dogs play together in a park, watching kittens at play is one of life's simple pleasures.

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    1. It is. I will miss them. They are leaving today.

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  2. I hope Mistachio (great name) finds another home to love her.

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    1. She'll be at a sanctuary, where her daughter and sister already live.

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  3. You did a very nice job on the video. Cute kittens with a very important message at the end. Where is Mastashio going to go?

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    1. I agree! I also have a silly question. What is a park host? I've often wondered about that, if it's a resident who gets a stipend to watch over things or just what. Be well!

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    2. Mistachio is headed to the same place where her daughter and sister now reside. Camp hosts in Oregon at county parks are often not paid, often retired folks or even homeless folks who have an RV or trailer who can do some work. The camp hosts at the park, whom I knew, who were fired or moved on, said they worked their butts off, simply for a place to park their RV to live. they pick up trash, clean the bathrooms, clean up campsites, answer camper questions, etc. the county park where this all took place, where I got over 50 cats fixed and took out so many dozens, costs $28 a night to camp there. It's basically a field with some concrete pads for parking an RV. Expensive homeless camping, I call it. I don't call it recreational camping because its a darn field.

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