Monday, January 14, 2013

Trapper



Getting a good shot of the black spot in Trapper's eye wasn't easy.  It doesn't help that his eye was still inflamed when I tried..

The MASH trio are of size now and are doing well.  Their eyes still produce a bit of goop and they still sneeze occasionally, but they have been doing this for a week.  They aren't so bad they need meds, heck they are so active that you barely notice unless you are looking for it.  They so totally thing they are the Flying Wallendas, throwing themselves off of anything and everything and flying through the air and making graceful landings.  Their new owners are so going to need to know about their pension for doing this..

That and they so need a few extra baskets..



There is a good chance they are going back today depending on what the shelter adopted out this weekend..   (more adoptions means less change because kittens are neutered before going up for adoption and adults are after if they need it.  the more that are scheduled to go home means more in line at the clinic)

9 comments:

  1. They'll need much bigger baskets very soon! :)

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  2. I can't quite make out where the black spot is--but then again, I'm not sure what I'm looking for. :-) glad they are improving and growing. I love that basket shot.

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    1. his nose is across the top of the photo.. my thumb on the bottom of the photo is near the corner of his eye. His pupil is focused more towards his nose, so that black triangle looking shape nearer the corner of his eye (at the bottom of the photo) is the "spot"

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  3. every body is comming good for which we are glad about,xx Speedy and mum

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  4. Yep - the flying kitten brigade.....hope they get snot free :)

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  5. Wishing them the best of luck!

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  6. Good luck, little Mashes! We're purring for you! Purrs from your friends at Colehauscats.com

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  7. Oh poor fluffs! We're wishing you a great adopter, little Mashes!

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  8. Good luck Kittens! Nothing's sweeter than kittens in a basket ;-)

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