But because the kitties were in only three rooms instead of four it was a little hard to maneuver around the people looking at them. I figured people looking to adopt should have precedence over my little hobby; as a result I only know the name of a few of them.
This little gray boy was named Ewok. I thought he had a very interesting face and so wanted to capture it, but he refused to sit still - even with assistance he was wiggly.. he was super cute and I bet he already has a home.
This big buff / orange boy is Sushi, a 'long term' resident, which generally means a few months. They put him in a condo in the lobby to highlight him. He too was too busy asking for attention to get a decent photo.
This is Sadie.. she's nine years old and over weight.. she very much wanted something to eat so I found a bag of treats and she was very happy, as were the other cats in the room, and I gave treats to all the cats who were awake and made any noise. By the time I was done with the treats someone came in the room so I left..
I then went into the community room. There was a family standing next to the cage cards for the cats so I have no idea who is who, but they were all quite beautiful.
|This one reminds me so much of Fleurp|
All they had were a couple of little feral kittens.. totally my favorite, but I have my hands full, so I didn't even say hello. On my way out I saw this..
*giggle* guess I'm no longer the only one to do write ups on foster kittens.. and I just love the description.. Truly loving, good-natured and fabulous.. Yup, that's what happens to kittens when they are fostered..