Well, that was fast! I had just introduced you to Zest last week, but I knew that she wouldn’t be with us in foster for long, as she’s just too darn cute! That, and someone texted with interest in her the very first day we brought her home. So, we enjoyed Zest’s short stay while it lasted…and completely fell in love with her. Continue reading “Zest Goes Home!”
Sophie here! I thought this was going to be a restful and relaxing weekend. But that never seems to be the case in our household. Turns out Mom and Pops welcomed another intruder to our house yesterday!
I knew something was up when they left early in the morning to go somewhere…they muttered something about “beating traffic” or some human nonsense. They came back a little bit later with this tiny black ball of fur.
On Saturday this past weekend, our day began at CatConLA (another post on that later), and then we drove up to Best Friends Los Angeles to finalize the adoption of Woodrow. And guess what, we were approved! :-) But of course we couldn’t leave the shelter without bringing home a new foster or two. Continue reading “Kittens! And the adventure begins…”
What does “kinda, sorta” mean, you ask? Well, I was kinda, sorta fibbing about today being Foster Friday with Lion. And it’s a two-part fib! Here’s why! Continue reading “Foster Friday with Lion (kinda, sorta)”
Sophie here! What are you kitties up to this fine Sunday? Me? I’m just lounging in a sunpuddle.
Here I am with my big bro Dexter. I let him have the sunpuddle because he’s my bestest friend.
I’d like to officially introduce you to our newest foster cat Lion. This four-year-old handsome fella may look a tiny bit familiar to regular blog readers. Some cat named Dexter isn’t too sure about the new guy and his tabby face. It’s okay, Dexter, there’s plenty of love to go around!
I had planned on doing a “Meet Hope” post this week to let potential adopters know how foster cat Hope is in a home environment. As it turns out, such a post is not necessary!
I briefly mentioned how we were told that Hope may need a lot of time to adjust. But she came out of her shell quickly, loved attention, playing and just hanging out. She doesn’t like being picked up, but I believe she may eventually be a lap cat. She would crawl across my lap toward the end of her stay here, but never really settled for long.
Cathy Carlson has been fostering cats on and off for about 20 years, but she retired in early 2014 so she could foster neonatal kittens full-time! Cathy currently fosters for Ventura County Animal Services in Southern California.
Hello, fellow feline lovers! Just dropping in today to introduce you to our current foster cat, Carington. This 10-year-old, 18-pound gentleman is quite shy and reserved (yes, I said 18 pounds!). But he is the biggest sweetheart I’ve ever met (yes, pun intended).