Sunday, March 11, 2012

Another Rescue

Neither the moon nor the sun were visible today.  We have dust that has settled in like a fog around everything.
A few days ago, another white Persian showed up on our street.  She is very sweet and obviously had been booted out by her owners.  My outside kitty was none too happy when new kitty came along and took over her sleeping basket.  I set up a separate box for new kitty last night, but thankfully today was able to take her to one of our teachers who fosters and works with the shelter to get these cats adopted.  This kitty will get a good cleaning, be spayed and I hope she will find a forever home.  
It's been a busy day.  A sweet treat and a moment to relax was definitely in order.  
I hope all is well in your corner of the world.

22 comments:

Elna said...

Oh what a cute kitty. I hope she get a home soon.

Hugs
Elna

Mereknits said...

what a sweet face, it must be so hard to let her go. At least she knew the right place to come to. I bet the sand gets a bit tiresome, there must be so much cleaning to do after a sand storm. There is so much cleaning to do with all the pollen here in Florida, everything is green, my outdoor furniture, my car, absolutely everything.
Have a wonderful day,
Meredith

Elaine said...

we do have a soft spots for kitties.. So glad this one will be able to find a home. I am dog sitting for Abby and Cody.. Cody is in MS for more military training and Abby is working

Cheryl said...

It is beyond me how anyone can abandon an animal. I'm glad you're their advocate!

Diane said...

Good for you and that great heart of yours! I hope she finds a forever home, too. Have a good week Tammy. Diane

Eggs In My Pocket said...

Such a pretty kitty! The dirt has been blowing here as well! Have a good week ahead!

LuLu Kellogg said...

I hope someone will adopt her. She looks like such a sweetheart.

We have dirt, leaves, etc blowing all over the place here too! Even the little birdies are getting blown sideways whilst flying!

Happy Week!
LuLu~*xoxo

Mariettes Back to Basics said...

Dearest Tammy,

Bless you for rescuing this sweet kitty; may she soon find her forever home!
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Have a great week; yours started already though. We changed our time last night so it's indicating that summer is coming along.
Love to you,

Mariette

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Tammy,

What a sweet kitty and hope she finds a new home soon. So sad that anyone could even do such a thing.
Hope you have a happy new week and that the sun and moon will be visible.

Hugs
Carolyn

Lemondrops Simple Stuff said...

Lucky kitty that you are going to get her taken care of. I have a persion and she would die outside, she has always been an indoor cat.
I wonder if the one you found was indoor only. That really stinks that she was put out.

Lemondrops Simple Stuff said...

Lucky kitty that you are going to get her taken care of. I have a persion and she would die outside, she has always been an indoor cat.
I wonder if the one you found was indoor only. That really stinks that she was put out.

Susan said...

Oh Tammy, that white Persion kitty is so pretty. Oh, how I hope she gets adopted. I'd be so sad to see that. Take care and watch out for that dust. Sounds awful. Susan

Serena Lewis said...

I'm so glad that cute kitty found its way to you, Tammy. I hope she finds a loving forever home.

I would hate the dust storms if I lived there...it would bring on asthma.

I've had a rough week but, hopefully, this week will be much better.

Relaxing with a sweet treat and tea sounds heavenly! xo

Rebecca said...

Thank goodness for kind-hearted souls like you to take care of lost animals! What a gorgeous kitty she is too :-) Have a great week hon. Becks x

sonya said...

Bless your heart for being kind to the kitties that visit you. If we all did-there wouldn't be any such thing as strays.
I don't think I could handle the dust storms. I won't complain about my rain again. ;)
Have a peaceful week.
Hugs,
Sonya

The English Romantic said...

This little cat looks so sad, I'm pleased you were able to help her.
Hope the dust doesn't last too long.
Hugs and smiles,
Angela.

Linda said...

God bless you for your kindness towards the helpless. ♥ Hope you have a great new week and that the dust parts soon.

Rainy and very warm here - in the 70s all of this week. Crazy good. Of course, I'm already looking forward to the end of the week because that begins our spring break.

Love, Linda

Rizzi said...

THANK GOD THERE ARE PEOPLE IN THE WORLD LIKE YOU.......I AM THE SAME WAY.....IT DOESN'T TAKE MUCH...JUST A LITTLE LOVE......WE ARE SUPPOSED TO HAVE GREAT WEATHER ALL WEEK...IN THE 70'S....HAVE A GREAT WEEK...RIZZI

Rostrose said...

Oh what a sweeet poor kitty! I can't understand people booting out such soft and pretty and helpless creatures!
Warm hugs, Traude
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Anonymous said...

When I look through your blog, I feel lazy. Have not done anything creative in a while. I just wasn't in the mood. But now I am starting to get ideas for a head start on Christmas gifts. I don't even bake like you do, well I try to keep the sugar out of the house. As I type this , we are under a tornado watch, had a thunder storm roll in quite fast. We had a good time at the cabin. I won some money at a raffle at a club up north. I never win anything so it was quite a surprise. Ta for now. love, Gwen

Sam I Am...... said...

Poor thing...I bet when she gets some proper care she will be beautiful. We have an Animal Rescue here also and they adopt them out all over the U.S. It's amazing and wonderful. Good luck to her!

Melissa said...

Awwww...poor kitty. God must of sent her to your door or she found out about you during the street cat conventions. Hope she finds a good home.

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