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Today was my second volunteering day at the local shelter. Yes, it was sunny and I could walk a very mellow Boxer - the other two dogs were very exuberant :) I also spent some time petting my feline friend Sage, plus this orange and white fellow :) I hope I don't get banned for posting doggie and cat photographs.
 

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Nobody can enough of photos here! Keeping photo records of the furries you interact with at the shelter is smart. You'll find yourself going back through them and smiling at the memories long after they've found homes. I've got an album called Shelter Critters just for that purpose.
 
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Nobody can enough of photos here! Keeping photo records of the furries you interact with at the shelter is smart. You'll find yourself going back through them and smiling at the memories long after they've found homes. I've got an album called Shelter Critters just for that purpose.
Thank you very much. Joel, the white and cream dog, was adopted last Sunday. While I was walking him, a couple became interested in him and they fell in love with the dog. I will post more pictures of these beautiful friends next Sunday. I really like to spend time there.
 
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And Bacon, who probably thinks that my hand is made of, ejem, bacon :)
 
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More picture of Sage, who dislikes lower back scratches so much ;)
 
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Today I realized that the shelter has not one, but three torties, and inevitably, people confuse them, including myself. She is Storm, the 7 year old tortie I met in my first day. Very mellow.
 
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She is Sage, who will turn 9 this year. She has one of the sweetest meows I've ever heard (and a temperament to match it :) )
 
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And she's 4 year old Honda. My uneducated eye confused her with Sage at first, who was confused with Storm by me and a fellow volunteer :(
 
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Storm and Kringle (the shelter's cat whisperer) waiting for their treats.
 
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Kringle couldn't wait too long and jumped on my lap :) Obviously he is used to humans and he's very trusting. This in turn helps the good folks at the shelter, who always bring Kringle along when they want to socialize other cats.
 

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Beautiful cats! And what a great guy you are to volunteer for them.
 

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It's hard to tell the cats apart at first. We get a lot of torties and calicos at our shelter, simply because they're quite common around here. Red tabbies are rare, oddly enough.
 
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It's hard to tell the cats apart at first. We get a lot of torties and calicos at our shelter, simply because they're quite common around here. Red tabbies are rare, oddly enough.
Well, now I know better :)
 

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View attachment 178621 Today was my second volunteering day at the local shelter. Yes, it was sunny and I could walk a very mellow Boxer - the other two dogs were very exuberant :) I also spent some time petting my feline friend Sage, plus this orange and white fellow :) I hope I don't get banned for posting doggie and cat photographs.
Will Sage find a home? I really hope so and am sending good vibes from the humans and cats in my house in London. Good luck to all those lovely creatures
 
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