June 2015: mom got an email from a client about a feral colony running around her house and the neighborhood. There were kittens and fighting males and could mom please help. Mom contacted the rescue and a trapper went out and spent a couple of days catching the colony.
Including these three: (top to bottom) Reno, Nashville and Topeka
Known as the TNR kittens (their mom was caught, spayed and released)
Well, sometimes it takes longer for adoptions to happen than others. Normally it can be momma cats, but Nashville has been in rescue for almost 9 months. And then the other day mom got an application via email. And Wednesday night Nashville went home. His new mom adores him and her roommate has an 8 year old cat so he will have company (and hopefully not annoy the holy heck out of his new roomie).
Concats Nashville!! It may have taken a while, but it was worth it.