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Hi Friends. Today is about YOU. I’ve said things like this many times over the years. It’s time to say it again. You guys are AWESOME. When I wrote about the portable building I’m trying to raise money for, I considered it merely a story for my blog . .... Continue reading
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I’m writing this story on my blog today so that I can share it on the Project Hope Facebook page. The shelter is desperate for feline adoptions. This year, as kittens started coming in, only a couple were adopted out. This means that there are TOO MANY kittens at the... Continue reading
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Today I’m telling the story of a fundraiser I’m in charge of. That probably sounds pretty boring. But things came together so beautifully that I really do want to share it with you. A year ago (last September) I had the crazy idea to ask the Board of the humane... Continue reading
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The last time I blogged about Older Daughter’s Wild Angels wildlife rehab was the middle of last month. Finally, her busy season is beginning to wind down. By this time of year, she’s exhausted. The last post introduced you to four new baby squirrels. One was injured when the tree... Continue reading
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I wrote about converting a second kennel dog run into a “kitty condo.” Sunspot needed a place to live while waiting for her forever home. She did not do well in a room full of cats, so she was living in the enclosure in the middle cat room. I had... Continue reading
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It’s the last week of August. I am a Summer-Lover. And even though I very much do love the Autumn as well, I always hate to see the Summer go. With one exception – wow, oh, wow do I ever hope that Autumn brings adoptions. Sometimes when Fall arrives, folks... Continue reading
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I mentioned that I took in four foster kittens from the shelter where my daughters work. These four were dumped. They were feral. I told my daughters I would take them and work on taming them. Of course, it’s always unlikely that a whole group of feral kittens will tame.... Continue reading
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As Winnie’s Wish has morphed into a sanctuary, I’ve been even more determined to get the adoptable Wishers into homes. There are cats here who will require the usual “Wisher patience” but who WILL eventually adjust and be SO happy to have a home and a person of their very... Continue reading
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Just a quick update from Wild Angels Wildlife Rehab. Some of the raccoons have been successfully released. The rest have been moved to an outdoor enclosure. The newest babies to come in are a group of four TINY squirrels. The usual story – a tree was cut down and the... Continue reading
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Fannie hates me. But that’s OK. I trapped Fannie and her two kittens about a month ago. The kittens are both females (Daisy & Daffodil), so this was a feral family of females who would spend the rest of their lives reproducing continuously and struggling to survive. The kittens moved... Continue reading
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Last week I wrote about converting another kennel dog run into a second kitty condo. We did this some time back for Angel. This time it was for Sunspot. My guilt about her living in the small enclosure in the cathouse was consuming me. So Husband and I converted a... Continue reading
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When I rescued two kittens and their mom from a town full of feral cats and kittens, I didn’t truly believe any of the three would become adoptable. But I hoped that maybe one of the kittens might tame. Mom (Fannie) is NOT happy here. She has been spayed and... Continue reading
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Sunspot is one of the sweetest cats here at Winnie’s Wish. She loves attention. She loves to be petted. She wants to be around people. . . . . But she does not care for other cats. As I’ve blogged about on more than one occasion, I tried every location... Continue reading
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The last Wildlife Wednesday post was a month ago. So it’s time for an update. Let me do the unhappy news first. Older Daughter took in a fawn that was in seriously dangerous shape. Even with vet care (more than once), this baby did not make it. Before she died,... Continue reading
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Last week I told you the story of trapping the feline family – mom and two offspring. I also shared with you that I spotted (and even snapped a photo of) a black cat at the woods line in my own yard. That cat has not shown up since. I... Continue reading
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On Wednesday morning of last week, we repeated what we’d done on Tuesday. Husband set the trap in BIL’s yard on his way to work. Younger checked the trap half an hour later on her way to work. Then Older checked the trap two hours later when she headed to... Continue reading
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A week ago on Tuesday morning, as I was posting about my four new feral foster kittens, Husband was on his way to work. He would stop at his brother’s place and set the trap. This small town is halfway between here and the town my husband and daughters work... Continue reading
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I mentioned last week when I blogged about my new feral foster kittens that I was about to embark on a rescue mission. It was in the works by the time I posted on Tuesday morning. On Saturday, I wrote up the first part of the story and my plan... Continue reading
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It’s only been a month and a half since Muffin received the diagnosis of Lymphoma. Dr. O said she probably had about six months left. He also told me it could be as short as two months. But I didn’t report the two months thing on this blog when I... Continue reading
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With Winnie’s Wish full (of sanctuary kitties and a few adoptables), there haven’t been any new faces for a while. But I do still foster for the shelter where my daughters work. And at the end of last week, I received four new foster babies . . . four new... Continue reading
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Happy Fourth of July!! As we celebrate our nation’s birthday, let’s hope this wonderful country of ours grows continuously towards love and compassion . . . extended more and more to our animal friends and family members. Have a great day! Continue reading
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Two weeks ago, Older had five baby raccoons and two starling babies. All are doing well. The raccoons have been joined by two more. Here are their stories. The first new raccoon baby came with a story that broke my heart. Thank goodness someone reported this to Animal Control. The... Continue reading
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It was strange not constantly trying to find time to work on ideas for blog posts over the weekend (now that I’m only blogging once a week - well, twice this week). We had beautiful weather here on Saturday so our “sometimes-on-Saturday” yard sale was on. That is a l-o-n-g... Continue reading
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Betty Lou was adopted during the Holidays. She came to Winnie’s Wish with her three sons: Bojangles, Boy Blue, and Binks. Bojangles was adopted during the Holidays, too. That leaves only two members of The B Family here at Winnie’s Wish – Binks and Blue. This is the pair I... Continue reading
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Sunspot is a beautiful kitty who needs a loving human and forever home of her own. She loves attention. She is going to make a GREAT companion for some human out there. But she hasn't done well here with other cats. She would do best in a home with no... Continue reading