We gotted interviewed by the Funny Farmers and it is posted on Mousebreath
!!! Thanks for thinking of us FFF and we had a WONDERFUL time. :) And the graphic you made for us rocks!!!
Remember last Thursday we told you about our favorite local clinic staff going to the Bahamas to hope Operation Potcake
? They managed to help spay and neuter 2315
Most of you know mom supports Best Friends Animal Society and has been out to volunteer a few times. She saw this on their blog
. For anyone who saw the show Dogtown on the National Geographic Channel, you will remember seeing Pat. Mom never interacted with him, but she remembers being in one of the cat houses when he came in and was talking to a manager about one of the cats (he wasn't just a dog trainer)... as he sat there, this shy cat from the top shelf in the office hung her head over the side of the shelf and slowly made her way down to Pat's lap. He was just that kind of guy from what we understand. Safe journey across the Bridge Pat - we know you will be well met.
Some of you have expressed interest in seeing the set up for Allie. We have read on a couple of blogs (Love and Hisses
being one of them) that you can use an auto windsheild reflector to make self heating pads. That is the next step. For now, we have carriers set up as shelters for her and her boyfriend. Mom is a little worried cause it is VERY cold here and she hasn't seen Allie all week. But she has seen Allie's boyfriend coming and going some....mom says she is going to try to trap him next week and get him neutered.
PS - update this morning - Allie was in the garage so we know she is safe. YEAH!!
The rescue that we help out posted this to their facebook page
(we don't know what the intake numbers were, but this is great news):
Our 2012 adoption numbers are in....
With the help of our AWESOME volunteers and our fans here on Facebook...
778 cats, 65 dogs, and 1 bird found FOREVER homes in 2012!!!
A huge THANK YOU to everyone - we couldn't do this without you! And never forget, adopting one, saves 2 - the pet you adopt and a homeless animal somewhere who can be rescued because of space you helped free up!
Mom decided to go with the pepper names for the boys. They are getting wilder by the day. And they have only been here 2 days. YIKES!! Mom thinks they are probably 5 weeks old - still blue eyed but getting around fairly well. And they are biters!
Jalapeno (our tuxie boy) and Emma
Pablano and Serrano
Serrano's head is a little bigger and he is the more feisty one (thus the fierier name)