There you are warned :)
|Miss No Name looks too young for babies|
|Cash hanging out in a nest box|
Moving forward, she was spayed Friday and needed a home. One of the shelter volunteers contacted me thankfully. Poor girl was curled in her litter box and was just limp as they donned a heavy glove and lifted her from the cage. She seemed super depressed. When my daughter got home she looked in the crate to meet the new rescue, then reached in and found the little girl was open to being petted. This is another cat that makes us wonder if she is truly feral or simply dumped and scared. Our experience is that many female cats get dumped once it is obvious they are pregnant.
|Black and White and Fluffy eating kibble.|
We took her up to the kitty condo in the far barn to get her settled in. She sniffed and was sniffed by the other residents. We showed her the food, water and litter box. We left her crate with the door opened, so she could hide if she felt insecure or join the group. There are 3 permanent residents right now and one seasonal cat.
|Cash and my Littlest|