Tuesday, July 7, 2009


The Workers are hangin' for another week, even though they are all well over the 2 and 1/2 lb weight for spay/neuter. Seems the shelter is filled to the gills with cats and kittens. I don't mind. I am really happy with this batch, and I know I am going to miss them when they go. I hope someone I know adopts them, so I can see them grow up.

Angela is doing great. I was worried to let her run the upstairs with the rest of them, afraid I would never be able to catch her, but she has been fine. When all the others go back in their room for dinner, she just comes out, ready to go backwith the rest of them.

They have already asked me at the shelter if I can take another litter immediately. Of course, I would feel terribly guilty if I didn't take the next batch. Knowing there are kittens in need, I just can't say no. The volunteer coordinator told me she would have cried if I had said no.

If you want to really help, let me know if you are local to the DC metro area, and I will tell you how to find these little guys. They need homes!

Jim smacks the lizard, while Angela looks bored.

Angela gets the lizard.

Pam gets her turn.

Dwight goes all Catzilla on Jim.

Angela hides, unsuccessfully.


Angel and Kirby said...

They are very sweet. I know you will hate to part with these cuties.

AnnF said...

They're little bundles of kitten perfection! I hope they'll get their forever homes soon.

HubbleSpacePaws said...

They are so precious, each and every one! Fingers crossed for quick adoptions for everybody (by folks who are willing to stay in touch!).

Jamie, thanks from all of us out here for being such a soft touch. It's not just the shelter folks who appreciate what you do! The next batch is going to be very lucky to have such a super foster home!


Jamie said...

These guys go back today! (I am gonna miss them. My favorite group in a while...maybe ever!)
Drop off 5, pick up 7. Hum. Stay tuned!