I don’t know about you, but I love stories with heart-warming endings. They are so rare in my line of work, so when I get to experience one, I really treasure it! Today, I have two TNR stories to share with you. First, remember the four female kittens that we trapped in October at a […]
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Things have been rather quiet on the TNR front for me lately. I think I’ve needed a bit of a break after my last TNR project (BP site) where the mama cat escaped. Since then, I did receive an update on the four kitten girls that were relocated from that same site. They are all […]
Good news! Smudge, the kitten from the BP site that was being tamed turned into a purring lap kitty! She was adopted out today to her forever home! Thanks Penny for taming her and finding her a great home!
The four kittens from the BP site were relocated to their permanent barn home this past Monday! (The fifth kitten is taming nicely and has a fondness for laps!) This is the barn home for these four special girls: The property is a working farm out in the middle of nowhere and there are lots […]
I setup a trail camera in the park on Sunday night to get pictures of whatever was eating the food. When I viewed the pictures on Monday the only pictures were of me placing the camera and of the person who restocked the food Monday morning. Whatever ate the food eluded being photographed! I read […]
It’s been a long, long week of TNR work. Oh my, too long. I haven’t had much time to write up everything, but finally I got a moment. So, here’s a quick summary of last week. You may remember that a week ago Saturday we trapped three kittens, which left two more to get. Those […]
It’s been a busy weekend of TNR activities even though there’s still a full day remaining in the weekend! Yesterday was trapping day for the BP site. Because the cats were acclimated to the traps for a solid week and didn’t get fed the night before, I was expecting this to be a quick trapping […]
Preparation for trapping continues at the BP site. Penny installed a few wildlife cameras at the site so we could see how many cats are feeding in the traps. After several days of pictures, it’s hard to tell exactly how many cats there are but after enhancing some of the photos, I’m guessing we have […]
I’ve recently started a new TNR project. This one came to my attention from another volunteer in the Community Cat Coalition, Penny. Several reports of community cats, struggling to make a living. One person has reported 5 kittens, 5-6 months old and another person reported several adults and a few kittens. So, I’m guessing there […]