Scarlet and Reggie went to their forever home this week! I'm so happy that they have been adopted together and went to a great home with a very loving mom.
Cute little Chester went to his forever home this week as well. We still have a great group of cats in the Petsmart adoption center until the end of the month.
We've also started building elevated pvc cat beds for the cats in the adoption center. We're hoping this will reduce some of the messiness of the cages while giving the cats more playroom and giving them a comfortable place to sleep. The goal is for all the cats to have one pvc bed in each cage by December 1. Our fantastic volunteers have already offered to build the beds, but I am looking for people willing to donate their time to help me sew the beds. It should be a fairly simple project. Please let me know if you are interested in helping. I think the cats will really enjoy the elevated beds.
Finally - please keep Gypsy in your thoughts. The tumor that was removed last week, did in fact turn out to be cancerous. The vet believed the cancer had not spread, but her foster mom found 2 more lumps this evening. Let's hope for the best and that these lumps are not cancerous as well. It's been an emotional roller coaster with this cat. Just when we think we're getting a bit ahead with her progress, something happens. She will be back at the vet on Monday for more testing. Until then, her foster mom continues to take amazing care of her. Gypsy has been better fed and more loved in the last 2 weeks then in the last 6 months, if not her entire life.