I opened my blogroll this morning and saw that Karen at This Old House 2 needs our help! Hilary over at Crazy as A Loom - see link below - takes in stray cats who wander on to her property in Upstate, NY. She feeds and care for them, and then if they aren't neutered or spayed, they take a trip to the vet for that too. This little girl is the newest to arrive and Hilary knows she wants to be a housecat, not a barn or porch cat. She is a love and would prefer to crawl into your lap than up in a hayloft. In the next week or so she will be spayed. If you or someone you know might give this girl a loving home, contact Hilary through her blog.
Blogland is a big place! I know if we pass this around kitty will have a warm loving home before long!
Will you please help?
Oh she looks like a sweetie, so sad that people just drop these poor animals off somewhere!ReplyDelete
When I lived on the farm, people would just leave a box at the end of the driveway with a litter in them. At one time I had 15 cats in the barn... but I managed to find them homes.
Hope it works out and this sweet little baby gets a home real soon. Richard from My Old Historic house.ReplyDelete
Thank you! :-)ReplyDelete
What a sweetie this little girl looks like and I hope she finds her home quickly. Kills me that people just dump these angels they unfortunately do it around here too.ReplyDelete
At my legal limit for county.ReplyDelete
Garden & Be Well, XO T
Such an adorable grey baby.ReplyDelete
Wish I could take her in.
I too grew up with dogs being dropped off at the farm when people didn't want them. My grandfather -- the farmer -- was a Santa Claus kind of guy and I think people knew their pet would be loved and taken in by him.
I would meet you at the Botanic Garden anytime!
It makes me cry to see this little pussy cat! Unfortunately I can not help, living in France. I do hope that she find very soon a good home! So terrible what human nature is doing to animals, all over the world!ReplyDelete
You have a big heart and thank you so much for your lovely comment! So sorry about your loss, I'm feeling with you.
Greetings from the Périgord,
What a sweetie, I hope she gets a home. Breaks my heart to see animals put in bad situations at the hands of irresponsible humans. I spend a lot of time walking dogs at a rescue center in the Hamptons. I am a fan of rescuing animals and giving them a good home.ReplyDelete
Aw...what a pretty little girl! I do hope she finds a home soon!ReplyDelete
Now, Dear One, you are wonderful with your "B" words! :) Thanks for popping in to see me.
Be a sweetie,
awwww. What a cutie. You are so sweet to help the furry ones that can't help themselves.ReplyDelete
...I followed you home, I hope you don't mind. Thank you for coming by my little world and commenting. I love your blog and will come back to visit. :)
school started this week and it has been crasy around here! so i didn't really took the time to be chez toi!!!
gorgeous post you've been doing!
such a sweet animal!
o have 2 cats now! i'll have to post some fotos of them on my blog too. one of them is very similar to the one you're showing!
how are you?!?!