yeah. i'm so happy! *happee dans wif u!* no more crying today! molly even came out and let me pet her and gib her a smooch on the top of her head. she's resting on top of the bed now. it's been a stressful 2 weeks for her
i'm worried about molly. I hope she's gonna be ok and I hope she forgives me. I hope somebody adopts hurricane too and I hope they're able to keep him(something like he's the only kitteh) I had to fill out some paperwork and one of the last questions was what do you think would be a good home for him and I said one where he's the only kitteh. it's just with him being a black kitteh, I worry.
I guess I might be a little extra nervous about them getting along because I don't want to take him back. he was there for 4 months!! and i'm sure it's because he's a black kitteh. he was 8 weeks old when he was dropped off there and kittehs that age are adoped quick usually. so I hate to turn down this chance for a forebber home for him. but at the same time i'm molly's mommy first and I can't let her be hurt(he jumps on her and bites her) and I can't let her spend her days scared and hiding under the bed. its not fair to her
I think you will like what you see on the Wildlife Center site. They are in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains where I grew up, but I was gone from that area when they began back in the 1980s. Not long after they opened, neighbors of my parents had a nest of very young blue birds lose their mom. They decided to call the "new animal place" to ask what they needed to do for the chicks to have a chance to survive. Well, the Center got the address, sent two people to get the babies, hand raised them, helped them learn to fly and find food, and released them when they were ready. They kept the neighbors informed of what was going on up to the release. I decided then and there these were people worthy of my support, and I have donated regularly since then. I love your cute birfdai LOL.
I bet she'll do great taking it for Harley. she's actually been pretty good taking her medicine like a big girl. so far I haven't had to wrap her in a towel but I think I will next time. not because she's scratched or pushed me but because she felt like squirming and twisting her body around to see if she could get away. that would be dose #4 so that's pretty good. she kinda gave me the meowing "but mommy! I don't want to take my medicine" when I went to pick her up out of the box. I wonder if she could see well enough to see the syringe?(it's liquid) or she could just tell from the way I act? I don't usually pick her up because I know she doesn't like being held