Cat Hoarding or Overwhelmed???
HIYA!! MOM L HERE!
I regret having to use that teaser title, but I simply have no time to write the post I need to write and want to write. The last three weeks have been a challenge that Dad P and I never ever thought to experience when we agreed to what seemed a simple “TNR” effort for maybe 8-9 friendly cats abandoned by former residents at a nearby apartment complex.
This kitten will be my place holder for a several part series starting on Brian’s Thankful Thursday if all settles a bit and I have time.
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Adorable! But then all felines are, n’est pas? Colette, Simone and our human http://lesdeuxdivasmavieenrose.wordpress.com
Sendin efurryone there POTP an purrayerss an so much ❤ LUV ❤
Dharth Henry an LadyMum x0x0
THANK you for helping! You are a hero.
We’ve dealt with some of these types of situations at our shelter, too. So difficult and heartbreaking. We look forward to reading your posts about what you’re experiencing. Hugs!
God bless you for all you do to help kitties in need.
Ugh. We hate situations like this. Our shelter has had to deal with a few of them. We look forward to your posts.
And I think your headline hits a very important note – good intentions and wanting to help can lead to being overwhelmed.
Sounds like you have some challenging work ahead! Thank you for doing it!
S & S….we hope de storee haza happee ending for them all……we iz sorree two ewe catz that waz left bee hind ~ 😦 ♥♥♥
The hook was worth it as we need to read more, and your posts are well thought out written and very interesting.
Oh dear, I smell some real challenges coming up.
Well that little sweetie looks like it needs some TLC
We will keep our eye out for updates.
Please excuse my ignorance – but what does TNR stand for?
Hi! TNR stands for Trap, Neuter, Return. 🐾
Aah! Thank you! 😉
I’m looking forward to finding out more about what has been going on!