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Friday Memes for Friday Smiles

HIYA!!   SAVANNAH HERE!!!

It’s that time to get your Friday smiles broken in. I think I have a couple of memes that will do just that and one extra to introduce you to a special kitty.

Don’t you just know that is exactly what that bed buddy is doing? Yuck!

Isn’t this every cat’s idea of “who owns what” when there are dogs involved in the cat’s castle?? Seriously!! We all know that “cats rule and dogs drool”. Period!!

Garfield is a very special senior member of the River View Park cat colony that Mom L and Dad P and I are helping to humanely manage. He found his way to this park after hopping off his last oil freighter adventure where he was serving as ship’s cat. And he was so loved by the cats that they made him their leader. Garfield is a lovable fifteen year old cat. He is in desperate need of a retirement home where he can get all the pets and lap time he wants and where he can live out his final years in comfort, warmth and aircon! He has had blood work that shows he is in good health for his age and he has had a dental cleaning. Our Project Delta View Cats group will fund all of his senior years medical needs through end of life.

If you know anyone in the San Francisco bay area who is open to taking Garfie into their home, let me know in comments. And if not, then please share his photo, you have my permission to copy his photo and share it with family, friends who might be able to help him.

PAW PATS, SAVANNAH

Happy Turkey Day to all my pals in the USA!!!

HIYA!!   SAVANNAH HERE!!!

One of my Paw It Forward efforts is helping Mom L and Dad P with our Project Delta View Cats. We are currently focused on serving our home city of Pittsburg, CA by  promoting and delivering humane management of our over population of abandoned community cats through targeted TNR for select neighborhoods along our waterfront.

We also have taken on humane management of 30+ abandoned community cats living in several small colonies around our Marina as well as 20+ living at a city park, River View Park, on our delta waterfront.

Our colony cats are having a bountiful Thanksgiving meal thanks to our donors who have been so kind to help us by donating dry and wet cat food. We are all volunteer and the cost for feeding these colonies exceeds $5,500 USD a year. And believe you me we buy low cost food with as high quality as possible!

The abandoned colony cats wanted me to share their Thanksgiving message with my readers.

Please consider making a small ongoing monthly donation of $5 to $10 dollars to help us feed these kitties. The cost to feed one cat for one month is $20.

Tax deductible donations can be made here: www.deltaviewcats.com

Have a fabulous Thanksgiving.

PAW PATS, SAVANNAH

Remember Sam? I have an update!!

HIYA!!   SAVANNAH HERE!!!

I posted on July 29th the tail tale of Sam aka Samantha aka Sammy’s capture to be able to treat a severe injury. We thought Sammy was a girl, then a boy, then a girl and finally once we got “him” to our county animal services, they confirmed “IT’S A BOY”!!!

Well Sam was released from Contra Costa County Animal Services (CCAS) to Miss Jane’s care in early August. CCAS staff and medical docs treated him like the elegant young mancat he is. We are proud that CCAS is one of our key partners for my latest Paw It Forward Project, Project Delta View Cats (PDVC).

We also have the great good fortune to have a wonderful working relation with Furry Friends Pet Relief as they are the rescue that found a very reasonably priced veterinarian, Central Boulevard Vet Hospital, who knows how to manage feral kitties, to do Sam’s much needed dental. Sam was boarding on stomatitis so we weren’t sure what would happen and how many toofies he might need extracted.

 

Good news!! Sam had NO extractions!! And one of our wonderful volunteers, Miss Kandi, donated the cost of his dental. So after that, Sam went to have a very nice relaxing recovery at Miss Jane’s home.

Check out the amazing set up Sam had thanks to Miss Jane and her hubby Mr Bob. Sam was catered to and cared for and we believe he is ready to be released back to our park colony this next week.

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I know that Sam will always remember Miss Jane, his protector and care giver. He will be looking for her to serve up his meals once released at PDVC’s park colony.

So tell me all about any successful recovery stories you have when you helped out an injured or ill community cat?

PAW PATS, SAVANNAH

PeeEss—Mom L is having her first cataract surgery this week so I won’t be back until next Monday. Paw hugs, Savvy

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