It is amazing....
It's a MIRACLE!!!!
Or, as mom says:
prepare for the apocalypse:
Yes - Emma....the brat kitten....the fungus amung us.....
HAS BEEN SPAYED!!!
(and declared fungus free)
All 5 months and 3 pounds of her
All 5 months and 3 pounds of her
Now, we let everyone know she really is available to be adopted and find her a home of her own!!!
So, once again, mom missed it....Spay Day was Tuesday and she posted early (darned work) and realized later. But....you guys all know how we feel about that. DO IT EARLY AND OFTEN!!! (snicker) Oh, and if you haven't read the post from Tails from the Foster Kittens, you need to...
What is that sound?
It sounds like a hound.
Or maybe a foghorn....
Do the neighbors complain??
(be sure to click on the link - it will CRACK YOU UP!! Both dogs are available for adoption from OBR)
We gotted a comment earlier in the week from The cat on my head kitties asked about our successes in adoptions. We got lucky with the boys last weekend - it was a HUGE adoption event sponsored by Petsmart Charities and there was lots of ads on tv and the like. Honestly though, mom goes to Petco once per month for events and normally NOTHING happens. Most of the adoptions from that store are just people walking by the windows and seeing the kitties. This store has the adoption cages right next to the front windows, so everyone can see the kitties as they walk by. Wish we had some wonderful advice, but really.....we aren't that good. :)
Hallelujah! OMC, yes, a miracle. LOL.ReplyDelete
Now...Purrs that little Emma finds a fantastic forever home!
Yay, Emma, you are finally ready for your forever home now that you are growing up somewhat. We know you will find a home really soon.ReplyDelete
Happy Dr. Seuss day.
Good for Emma! She looks so angelic lying there snoozing.ReplyDelete
Emma is gorgeous, good thing we don't live closer to you or we would have to tie Mommy down to keep her from volunteering to become her Mommy. So glad she is fungus free, we are sorry the home she had fell through because of the wait but am sure something wonderful will come along for her.ReplyDelete
So the fungus among us is now only the fungus among me? Hooray for you and Emma!!! And now to find the perfect home for her :)ReplyDelete
(and the convince Levi to send the fungus packing too!)
Hooray for Emma. I swear - if I lived closer.....she is sooooo cuteReplyDelete
Emma...we couldna bee happee er ewe bee free oh de nastee werm...good riddance two it N best fishes two ewe in yur search for yur forevers home...hope everee one haza grate week oh end !ReplyDelete
Yay for Emma! I think we should throw a party to celebrate! Well, maybe when she gets adopted...ReplyDelete
That's great about Emma! Hurray!ReplyDelete
boo hiss!! Was so hoping she'd be around a bit longer :( Best wishes Emma!!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for the shout out..
Yay for Emma! Fungus free is great! Fixed is great! And a home of her own would be WONDERFUL!ReplyDelete
Being spayed is a WUNNERFUL thing! Took me 3 tries... ~AylaReplyDelete
Yay....Emma! Ya did it! :)ReplyDelete
Hooray for Emma! And Happy Dr. Seuss Day!ReplyDelete
Yeah! She is such a cutie little thing!ReplyDelete
We are so excited for Emma. I probably mentioned before that when we got our kitty MacKenzie he not only had ringworm but also a hernia…a very expensive kitty right out of the gate. Anyway, thanks for the info about your adoption events. We probably need to try to get more press. And many, many, many thanks for the link back to our blog. We all love your blog. Purrs and hugs from the kitties at www.thecatonmyhead.com, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista JosetteReplyDelete
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YAY for Emma! So good to be fungus free.ReplyDelete