UPDATE: Feline Express™ Driver
HIYA! SAVANNAH HERE!!
All my long time readers know that Mom L , with my support of course, is now a Certified Feline Express™ Driver for Outcast Cat Help (OCH). OCH has an agreement with Contra Costa County Animal Services as their Return to Field transfer partner. For those of you who have joined me recently you can catch up on this life saving program in the links at the bottom of this post. Paw pats for checking out those links—guaranteed to put a smile on your face, seriously.
Times change and the Return to Field (RTF) program is kicking in big time. That means Mom L needs HELP!!! (click to bigify next image)
Guess who stepped up?? Come on, all of you who have known me for a while recognize this CATMAN to the rescue!!
And clearly just by being present with Mom L, the Feline Express™ Driver, he MUST be good with cats. After all, I am his very special Savannah, The Princess. My Dad P totally loves me and I am now showing him how much I love him. More to come about that new development in my purrsonal progress.
I have digressed, let’s get on with Mom L’s most recent assignment. We had three kitties to Return To Field. One was a youngster, about six months old, brown tabby girl. This little girl was sooooo scared. She kept her back to the front of the Feral Den. The front of the den has a clear plexi-glass door which is why Feline Express™ Drivers always cover it with paper.
Another was about one year old, again brown tabby girl. (can you see Mom L’s reflection in the plexi glass door? So hard to not have reflection as all must be done so fast as to not cause these kitties any further stress)
And the third cat was a very handsome male, Mr TomAboutTown cat, maybe three years old.
All were returned to the same address and all were welcomed back by their caregiver. In transit, all cats have their plexi glass front door covered in paper for their privacy and need for seclusion.
At last the beginning of the release.
And here she goes—
Next Mom L released the other tabby girl—
And last, the Tomcat. He was reluctant to leave at first.
The next try with Tomcat was so fast it challenged Mom L’s new Assistant Driver’s smart phone reactions. All they captured was this—
Community cat rescue totally rocks!! Here is hoping all of my readers will push their local rescues to adopt the Return To Field program for community cats. Let’s all “humanely manage the community cat population”.
Paw It Forward
PAW PATS, SAVANNAH
PeeEss—links to previous blog posts about Return To Field and Feline Express™ Drivers