Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Almost a year ago (part one).....

First - yep, the kittens have calici. Antibiotics and other meds to help and just keeping them eating and comfortable.....  sigh
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So on Friday we promised you an adoption update....

Rather than make this REALLY long, it will be in two parts.

About a year ago, we got a note about kittens being born near our condo.

Allie (the mom cat) was spayed and caged with her kittens to get them bigger. Once that happened, the kittens came upstairs to stay until they could be spayed/neutered and adopted.

Along the way we lost two of them: Cognac and Amaretto ran for the Bridge while here. We are sending them kisses and know they will get them.....

Gin was adopted by a family with 3 kids. Mom wasn't sure about that one but the mom comes into the Petco store and says she is doing great. Named Mulberry she loves the kids - and does jump on the mom when she is cooking. :)

Whiskey - now Tucker - was adopted pretty quickly. His new mom and dad are a retired couple and keep mom updated on him all the time. They even sent a picture to mom of Tucker and his sister Cleo celebrating their birthdays.
picture from Tucker's mom

Last Friday after work mom stopped by and got to see Tucker in person. He is a very handsome mancat. He is a little shy around new people but his mom Judy says he is a total lap cat with her.


Tucker's older sister Cleo


19 comments:

  1. Oh no - calici?!!? Poor kitties but it's good they got diagnosed in time! Sending them all lots of purrs and hugs!!!

    Awwww Tucker is just terrific! What a handsome boy and his big sister and family sound just wonderful! Mulberry too!!!

    Take care
    x

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  2. Poor kitties. I hope they feel better soon!

    Tucker looks very happy

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  3. What a lovely picture of Tucker with his sister Cleo with their birthday cakes.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  4. Oh my. Tucker is all grown up! Such a handsome mancat.
    We're purring the little babies feel better soon.

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  5. Always good news when kitties find forever homes and settle into a happy existence. Purrs and hugs, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Josette

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  6. Mega-purrs for the kittens, paws crossed they all pull through and will be fine.

    The updates were great -- wonderful to see Tucker doing so well!

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  7. Oh Tucker! What a handsome mancat you have become! She doesn't want us to say so but Pia is pawing the screen. Sending purrs and soft kisses to the Space kittens!

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  8. How awesome to get updates on your former charges. I hope the kittens feel better soon!

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  9. best fishes two de wee ones, az all ways, de blessings oh st francis as well, it never hurts.....N veree happee everee one else iz doin grate in ther for evers home.....!!!

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  10. I love the birthday party picture!

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  11. How precious and I remember these babies.

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  12. Aw, I love updates! Look how well he grew up!
    Sending purrs for the sick kittens!

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  13. Purrs for the kittens, we hopes they is better soon!

    Whiskey Tucker is so growed up. LOoks like he has a pawsome sisfur. Mom loves the birthday picture. We thinks Tucker is brave to be so near the fire!

    Sasha, Sami, & Saku

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  14. Great update! We're so glad the former fosters are doing so well.

    We're purring for the current kitties...poor things.

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  15. MOWZERS Whiskey! (err, Tucker!) You're all growed up, dood!

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  16. We love happily ever after stories! And are sending White Dog healing energies to the poor sickie kitties.

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  17. It is furry nice to get updates about the kittens you fostered. I guess you must always wonder and be glad to learn when they are doing great =^.^=
    Purrs

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  18. What an awesome update on fosters! And I hope those kittens kick that calici...good luck!

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