This year seems to be passing very quickly, too quickly. Fall has arrived, Halloween approaches, and at our weekend adoption clinics, we see a store with all the cages still full of spring and summers kittens now approaching their teens. It has some of us worried to still have so many foster cats this late in the year.
We discuss and argue and dissect why this is the case: the economy; people are too busy to take care of a pet; we have saturated the market and filled all the local homes that want a cat. None of us actually knows, but talking about it takes our minds off the real point, which is that we need to get these cats adopted. Our foster homes are overfilled, the fosters overworked, and the cats need to get into their permanent homes before they get overly used what were supposed to be their temporary homes.
If it fits in with your lifestyle, family and finances, please consider adopting one of our cats and kittens. And please share this with anyone you know who may even be remotely interested. Our current times and locations are listed in the Where to Find Us tab.
Here are just a few of our fun, friendly, varied charges.