Dusty, Gidget & Mr. Tiddles cont.
|These little guys went to
adoption days almost every week for months! No one was
interested! I couldn't believe it. Here I had three of
the most loving, delightful little creatures I've ever
seen and not a permanent home in sight! I was very
When you do rescue, you are always very anxious about placing the babies in your care. When you've got a house full of fosters impatience occassionally rears it's head too. These guys were so special that I was impatient for them to find good permanent homes. I learned a lesson here-all good things come to those who wait!
Dusty & Sammy on a play date!
|Dusty was the first to go. *cry-sob* He found a wonderful home with Erin, who's roommate adopted Peter and is a friend of the person who adopted Sammy. Dusty now lives in Illinois where Erin is working toward her masters degree. I receive regular reports and am always thrilled to hear how well he is doing.|
|Mr. Tiddles was next *moan-more tears* My friend Donna agreed to keep Mr. T while I was at Woodstock in 1999. He was not old enough to be neutered yet and was frisking around with another female I had who was not yet old enough to be spayed. When Donna's daughter, Kate, and Mr. T saw each other it was love at first sight. Mr. T went for a visit and found his lifetime home.||
Mr. Tiddles (Sweetie) with his Katie.
Gidget (bottom) & Meisha
|Gidget was the last to leave. *I will never recover* She was adopted by a friend of a friend and now shares her life with Meisha. They are great pals and she is in the most loving of homes.|
|I have had a lot of cats in my life, but I don't ever think I will come across another litter like these guys. I don't know who their mother or father were, but they had to be something really special to have created Dusty, Gidget and Mr. Tiddles.|
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