Monday, June 01, 2009

To the Shelter

It's been ages since I had any time at all to run down to the shelter and get some photos. Nothing but a long list of video projects to get through. And now it's garden time. Harper and Ramona are seizing every second of the days in their fenced in yard. They wait for us to do boarder patrol in the morning (the bears are coming over the fence almost every night) and they know 6PM is dinner time and they (usually) come when I call them. By then they are ready to eat and run for a sleeping spot. They'll be crashed out until morning when they are ready to do it again.

I really believe cats need to be able to be outdoors in a safe way. They just come alive with the smells and sounds of the outside. 


Little Lady waits for someone. When I entered the kitten room where there were four, the soft sound of purring rose to my ears. These guys are sweet.

And passes the time.
This is Janis, she is five and was found as a stray.

And Ziggy, who is ten.
And Priscilla whol had just arrived with siblings.

Dancer has moved into the community room, which gives him room to move around and be sociable with the other cats in there. When I was there he was sound asleep. It is a good place for him to be at this time.

5 comments:

Alasandra said...

Little Lady is precious and they are all just adorable. ~Socks, Scylla, Charybdis & Fenris

20th Century Woman said...

I long for cats. I have only one old fat black one, alas. Helouise. Abelard vanished 3 years ago, and I loved him the best. Your pictures make me want more, but I travel about too much.

The Taylor CatSSSSS said...

Oh....they are just so cute!

Poppy Q said...

Ohhhhhhh I hope all of these sweet kitties find somebuddy to love them.

Charlemagne and Tamar said...

We're sending purrs and hopes that all of these sweet kitties find their forever homes!

Charlemagne and Tamar