Monthly Archives: February 2006
Shadow has finally been sterilized. His old wound (arm pit) has almost closed up and the vet stitched the tiny opening that was still there. Shadow still has a bit of attitute..hope he will mellow soon so we can get him adopted.
Onyx and Snowball recovered well and were released the next day.
Snoopy was left at the clinic over night because she was pregnant. Hope she will recover well and that I can take her home tomorrow.
I will be able to do more cats from next month onward, so hopefully can avoid the abortions…
Pictures: 1. Shadow 2. Onyx
I got a call from a feeder this afternoon, Sylvia was very upset and crying while telling me that the pest control people are there rounding up her cats. I told her to get the license plate number and to follow them and chase all the cats away. I called Dawn (who had to calm me down) and then rushed to the feeder’s area but they had already left when I arrived. TC confirmed that they had activated the pest control and said that they would remove any cats, sterilized or not, once there were complaints or just too many cats around. I was shocked to hear that the property manager went back on her word. If not for Dawn’s help, I would surely give up. I had chest pains for about a month after talking to the property manager when they caught Boy-Boy last September.
AVA confirmed that an unsterilized black cat was brought in, The good news is that the feeder is willing to claim him back. Hope no other cats are missing….
Whats wrong with this TC? Do they have a mission to destroy all non-human lifeforms in this neighborhood? There is now a row of dead tree trunks lining one of the blocks. These trees did not recover from the last ‘trimming’ several months back, and now they have started the ‘trimming’ exercise all over again. Of course this pales in comparison the killing of sentient beings….
My son’s friend found a little kitten who was badly injured. I guess it may have been run over by a car. I rushed there by taxi and brought the kitten to the vet. I was very touched by the kind taxi driver who refused to take payment. Luckily the vet was still open and the kitten did not have to suffer any longer. There is another kitten at that area, probably the brother. Too young and too trusting to be left out there, but I can’t take in any more and he may have a better chance there than at the SPCA. Hope my Manja will take care of him. He is a beautiful black-and-white just like Manja.
I have also brought Crystal to the vet to have her watery eye checked. Ashley is teething and swallowed one of his pre-molars. No wonder he had bad breath and bleeding gums. I am slowly introducing Ashley to Crystal and her kittens. He can learn a thing or two from the girls, like how to climb up a tree. Dawn is the expert climber while Pebble can jump very high and do a somersault in the air.