This gorgeous boy was taken from the streets to be neutered. I had volunteered to recover him here afterwards. Turned out he was a bit under the weather, and the doctor wanted to wait. He's also VERY, very friendly and sweet! Young male, must have been on the prowl. A neighbor had been feeding him for a month before she called my friend. No microchip. Well, he's getting neutered tomorrow, we are trying to find his family. They may have moved and left him, or he got into someone's car in, say, Ohio, and got out in Richmond... Or one of many other possibilities...for the moment, I'm enjoying his company!
This is sweet, no? Hardly recognize them...they're bigger now...Patricia (the tortie) is eating now! Wary of stereotypes, yet not surprised that she started on the early side of the curve! I have them in the bedroom, and Rose is going out the window now for some FREEDOM! Never stays long.
His new family loves him, and he's doing fine! Met the other cat, no hissing from him...miss the little boy!
Met friend Virginia at the Fix Our Ferals clinic when I took Daniel into have his eyes removed, alas. He had seen four doctors and nothing had cured his infection! Nothing! And finally one eye ruptured...nothing more but to end his trials. the eye specialist has said that the other eye was scarred so badly as to be useless. He bled excessively, and so the doctor stopped the surgery without doing the eye which had not ruptured. He's on my lap now...and getting around very well. Bless his heart. Daniel is affectionate and quiet...
I'm not going to try to find him another home, as he knows the lay of the land and is comfortable here. Don''t say as I mind keeping him AT all:-)
The founder of Bee Holistic, Cynthia Burke, has been caring for cats most of her life, volunteering with such groups as the wonderful Animal Balance, and Fix Our Ferals. In 2011 Bee Holistic Cat Rescue and Care became a registered non-profit.