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Discussion in 'Caring for Strays and Ferals' started by marie846, Aug 4, 2017.
Sorry, accidentally did it twice. Oops! Still working to figure out pics!
They look so sweet!
Ha, he's like "Mom, why are you pointing that thing at me again?" Love his lovely large ears. Who is the black and white beauty in the back? Is everybody still making an appearance?Take care and thanks for letting us know how things are going.
Behind Squeakers, is Little One. He was the hardest and last to be caught and brought to the enclosure. Once there, he proceeded to love on all the others, as if to say, "I missed you guys!" Poor little guy is so timid, but thankfully trusts me. Squeakers got her name because she squeaks when she meows. Little One is the smallest, and is actually dark gray and white. This pic makes him look black. Yes! Everyone is still around! I am sooo happy!!
They are! They all are!
This is Bob. She currently hangs out on top of the enclosure!
Fluffanutter Isn't she gorgeous?!
And this is Walter. I wish I had money to take him to the vet for his nose. It has always been this way. Also his foot. That's recent.
Poor Walter, that looks like it hurts.
He doesn't seem to be in pain, and he eats really good. It clears up when it gets cool out. I live on disability, and don't drive, so being able to take him to the vet is difficult. It was like this when his original owners had him. I feel so bad for him.
I understand, I have been fortunate to have a rescue group pay for all the vet bills for my colony. I am unable to pay for it myself.
I'm so glad they are all still hanging around.
Can they still go inside the enclosure if they want?
That is wonderful! Most of the rescues in my area are currently asking for donations because they are overwhelmed.
So am I!!!
Yes, of course they can still go into the enclosure. I still put food and water in there for them, and most of them go in there when it rains. Other than that, they are thrilled for their freedom! I love it when they run up to greet me when I go outside! I missed that so much. I didn't feel "complete" without them here.
Sorry Squeakers, you are a gorgeous girl.
I ran across the following info in another thread,
Vultures Won't Let Colony Eat,
and thought it might be of some help for poor Walter:
"You may also want to contact someone like Alley Cat Allies, the national database for outdoor cat advocacy, at alleycat.org, or Best Friends Animal Society at BestFriends.org. They have national network participators on various levels and maybe someone will be able to help personally or give you more resources."
Thank you so much! I will check into that.
P.S. Love the photos