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Three of the Como brood going in for spay/neuter surgery on 12/31

Russ, Como, and Enid are going in for surgery on 12/31. That means they will be able to go to new homes in a couple of weeks!

Russ, waiting for me to get home from work

Como and Enid (I think) the first night they came home with me


Como, the lap cat

Como, the shoulder cat

Enid and Como

These three have really come a long way. Fred has settled into the lap cat life too, but I need to get Enid fixed before she goes into heat. I am NOT dealing with that. Enid is the smallest of the litter, and Fred is the largest. I'd say he's three times her size, if not in weight, definitely in body size. He's going to be a big cat.

Fred is HUGE

Shadow accidentally got caught the other night when he wasn't paying attention, and he didn't like it. I'm not so sure he's going to be a lap cat, but I'm going to keep working on him.  He would likely be a very good barn cat, but I think with time he can be tamed.

If I had a mansion and unlimited funds, I would keep these five myself, but alas...they must find furever homes so I can move on to the next litter. There are so many cats and kittens that need our help.

If you would like to contribute to their spay and neuter fund, we would be most appreciative!


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Como went to his new home yesterday!

We are so excited! Happiness on the heels of tragedy is always welcome.

Here he is in his new digs. He is still shy, but he has lots of space to explore and great hiding places from which to survey his new domain.
We still have three kittens to go. Two males, and one female.