Saturday, August 22, 2020

Kreb has been adopted



Well, that took a bit longer than I thought it would, but not nearly long enough in some respects. You know how it is, you get a kitty in your arms and they purr and you fall in love.. Neither my husband or I wanted to let him go, but we both knew that this was most likely not the right household for Kreb, so we both agreed, most reluctantly, to go ahead with adopting him out. 

The rescue that found a home for Suri found him a home as well. It is always a risk when you take in a cat with unwanted urination behaviors because you never know if someone is willing to give a kitty a second chance. I knew if no one else would, we would find a way to make it work here, but we were blessed to find a lovely young woman who appears to be the absolute perfect fit for him. And considering the initial reports of his sleeping under the covers with her the very first night, I would say Kreb totally approves.

It is such a fine line when you let a kitty go, wanting updates, information, knowing how he is doing, getting reassurances that all is going well vs respecting the new owner's privacy and her relationship with her kitty. I have opened the door (maybe a bit too wide, because I am just a wee bit obsessed with Kreb) and if I get updates I will be thrilled. 

I am so glad I got to know Kreb as an adult. He is such a magnificent kitty, full of spunk and charm and that boy next door qualities that are so hard to resist.. 

Good luck Kreb, best wishes, and you will always have a place in my heart.. 

18 comments:

  1. It had a weird line. But glad you got that initial update at least

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  2. We wish Kreb a happy life in his new home.

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  3. Awww, we hope Kreb has a most happy life in is new place!

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  4. Bon Voyage, Kreb!
    You are obviously a loving kitty; your furrever human will treat you like royalty!

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  5. We sure are happy for Kreb and his new forever family.

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  6. I'm so glad Kreb found a home! And I really, really hope you get updates.

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  7. I'm glad Krebs found his forever home. The hardest part of fostering must be letting them go. I hope you get updates. :)

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  8. Though I don't know him I wish Krebs all the best and hope his new furrever home works out for him.

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  9. It's the bigger, and better, thing when you know your love is true but your home is not the one for this cat's lifetime, and to let him go where he'll have a comfortable life. I'm so glad someone so understanding and responsible showed up for him!

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  10. Wonderful news! The fact he's sleeping in her bed the first night is definitely a good sign. Purrs from the kitties.

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  11. Happy new home Kreb ! Live long and prospurr !

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  12. I hope Kreb is happy in hisnew home

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  13. Oh Kreb, you're going to be so happy in your new home!

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  14. happee gotcha day two ewe dood; de best oh fishez two ewe az well :) ♥♥

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  15. This is such good news. We love his little goatee

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  16. Glad Kreb got a forever home.

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  17. I'm so glad Kreb is off to his forever home! I hope they give him lots of cod!

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  18. Kreb's new person is very lucky! I know people have their own preferences, but I absolutely LOVE that Ellie's former foster Mom follows our blog! It's been three and a half years - and honestly, I feel better knowing that Ellie meant that much to her!

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