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Saturday, September 13, 2008


For those of you who don't know I work for a Veterinarian (my Father). It has been the 'love' of my life up until I met my hubby. I love it! It is very rewarding (emotionally NOT Financially :). We do a lot of rescue and it's always nice to hear 'success' stories. For about 2 years we have had an influx of Siamese Kittens brought into us by one of our clients who had too many cats...anyways we FINALLY got their male neutered so hopefully we won't be getting any more. Anyways we actually shipped a couple about a year ago and they came in today looking for another kitten. It warms my heart to know that the little kitties got a great home.

Right now we have probably 30+ kittens for adoption and 5 adult cats, 3 dogs. We have this one Black Tortoiseshell Momma kitty who has 3 ALL WHITE kittens, 2 boys and 1 girl, the biggest boy, Finnigan who is 4 months old and bigger than his momma is Deaf, because he is an all white kitten with blue eyes. We have most of our kittens on our website (for those looking for a 'kitty' fix)
We spay/neuter, microchip and vaccinate each of our kittens prior to adoption. We didn't used to do the spaying/neutering before adoption but we ended up with 3 pregnant cats one year that people had adopted from us....since we are trying to 'save' kitties....adding more to the world wasn't a good idea :)


Anonymous said...

Can't wait to see your weigh in results for this week. Way to go on losing 25lbs. We both started about the same time and ive only lost 10 but its all my fault for not doing what i should. Keep it up girl!

Julie said...

Looks like you are in Utah too! I used to rescue for Pet Samaritan. Sorry for all the comments, I get excited when I meet people who rescue animals too. I think it's the best thing ever! I miss it a lot. One of my last kitties I adopted out was deaf & I loved him so much. I am determined to own a deaf cat one day. They are great cats!