Saturday, December 11, 2010
I am not sure it has entirely hit me that she is no longer in the house. I have known all along that I couldn't keep her - she deserves to be more than the last kitten in the line of what goes on around here. I certainly have enough love for another cat, but there is only so much space and so much time in the day. But she was a joy to raise and I am thankful everyday that a neighbor heard her crying under the stairs and we managed to pull her out, help her grow up and find her a home.
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It has to be so hard to see the fosters go...I would love to do it but I think they would all end up staying! Probably because of Hubby. He's a sucker for a fuzzy face.ReplyDelete
Hurrah for Bug!
Could we see a more recent picture of her too?ReplyDelete
I'm glad that bug found a home.ReplyDelete
Even if you know it is a good home, it is always hard to say goodbye...ReplyDelete
p.s. You are one of the treat winners in the giveaway -- hop over to Catladyland!
You were a wonderful foster mum and gave her a good start in life! I know it is hard to say goodbye. My Casper is an all white cat and strangely he was born under a porch too...interesting coincidence :-)ReplyDelete