Here We Go Again

Hubby has advised me that he has another abandoned feral kitten coming home with him today. It is the runt of a litter he’d been watching at his job site and its momma left with all the kittens but this little one who has apparently been alone and unfed for quite some time. I’m still heartbroken from losing baby Telly, but I have kitten formula on hand still so I will try to help this new little orphan. Please wish me good luck and pray for all of God’s little creatures who need help. I hope I can help this poor baby & that my own kitties will be sweet to it.

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3 thoughts on “Here We Go Again”

  1. They will be sweet on it. Thanks for taking this new one on, Mare. I wrote once that it may be true that the ‘companion’ animals are really just the earthly manifestations of angels sent to us, and it’s one of the ways that God sees us through real eyes. If that’s true, no kindness to an animal is wasted, and no runt unworthy.

    1. Baby Pumpkin hissed (jealous) and then curled up at the far end of his box to make noise about him, but she’s ok. Sky (Pumpkin’s mom) came running at the sound of a newborn crying and she kissed him but split before baby Tiger could get ideas about nursing on her because she just recently finally weakened 4 month old Pumpkin. Slatey (Pumpkin’s daddy) also came to kiss the new baby before going to his Pumpkin to reassure her. My two oldest male cats slept with us in the bed at either end of baby Tiger’s box, like they were there to protect him. Bellah (momma dog) usually sleeps with us but I didn’t want her to try picking tiny Tiger up (not till he is bigger & stronger), so she held vigil outside my bedroom door, the poor spoiled princess. Tiger took his 2 am & 6am feedings like a boss and he makes peeps and poops like a champion so far – these are encouraging signs!
      Thank you for your kind and thoughtful words, truly these are God’s creatures, and I get back from them much more than I give. Hubby knows I will never say no to a critter in need, and I know he would never leave a helpless baby to die. There is a reason why I kept the can of unopened kitten formula and the feeding tools from baby Telly, I knew that I would need it again sooner or later. And you know I’m going to do everything in my power to honor Telly’s memory by fighting as hard as I can for baby Tiger, who looks similar to baby Telly but without the white markings. Tiger is stripey all over. They came from the same feral colony so are probably cousins or something. Sky & Slatey came from the same colony last year when they were tiny and in peril.

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