Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Transporting kitties - pt 2


So, as we left off yesterday, "Ginger" and her kittens had just arrived in Maine and had gotten a look at "Bonnie" Wendy's dog.

who cares about the dog, lets get out of this car!
Dinner time © Wendy
After they spent the night at Wendy's we headed out again and went to Hart to drop them off. We had a shorter journey this time, "Ginger" the mom didn't settle down as easily, but she still traveled very well.


There is always joy around kittens, and this was no exception.  They were so happy to see them.  They got to run around a bit at the shelter, but then were going to be picked up by the home that is fostering them (which oddly enough was much closer to where we started out from)



These six kittens, these band of siblings (and mom) went from death row to the good life. It took about $500 to do it and the aren't neutered yet.  Sometimes throwing money at the problem is the solution.  It isn't a solution that will save all of them, but it will save some, or one..
or seven..






16 comments:

  1. Those 7 are very lucky you have you. Thank you for saving them.

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  2. Yes, they are lucky kitties, and thank you! We can't save every kitty... but I keep hoping that someday we won't have to.

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  3. Those are very lucky kitties who will soon make some lucky families very happy!

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  4. They are all so sweet!! I hope they find their forever homes soon!
    xo Catherine

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  5. We are glad they safely arrived at their destination. Thanks for helping them out.

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  6. glad they got there safe and Sound

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  7. awwww - love that picture of the kittens sleeping :) good job

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  8. I love the fact this family of cats will have a chance at long healthy lives. Thank you to everyone who took part in the transfer!

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  9. Those are some lucky kitties. We hope they all find furever homes.

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  10. Yay for the good life! And good deeds done by good people. Connie, if you need transport through Maryland, consider me. I work full time and it might have to be done on weekends, but I'd be willing to try to help.

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  11. What absolutely darling pictures. Bless you all!

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  12. So pleased that they are safe and ready to start their news! I bet it won't be long before they all have forever homes!

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  13. What a good feeling it was to help these kittens and the ones headed to New Hampshire... so many people helped in so many ways... wish it was not necessary but glad we can make a difference in these sweet peas lives (and yes Connie... I am still obsessing over Pumpkin...)

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  14. Mowzers. Those kitties sure have a lot to be thankful for - especially YOU Auntie Connie!

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  15. The shot of the little orange kitten holding onto the little black one is PRICELESS!!

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  16. I sure miss this family. I was sooo tempted to keep them but, with 14 already, it wasn't possible. I'm just happy to have had them in my life at all. Ginger is a delightful and PURRfect cat and those kittens are as cute as they can be. Thank you all for your work in saving them. I pray they get the wonderful, forever homes that they deserve.

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