Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Roary

The kitten has a name! Roary. He really is the cutest thing! As CAA can't find any foster carers for him, we'll be taking him until one is available, or he's adopted out.Annette, one of our carers, now has 6 kittens, as three more were discovered in a crab pot the other day (shock horror, I know!!) and RSPCA wouldn't take them and didn't want to know about it, so she ended up with them. She also has a cat cage out the back with another 3 adult cats.

We get about 3 to 6 phone calls a day asking us to take in more kittens, and it's dreadful that we can't! If only people would de-sex their cats, no kittens would have to be killed or dumped, or even used as crab bait! It's not hard to do as CAA has a de-sexing subsidy so that people can afford it! It just makes my blood boil thinking about the idiocy of people! Oh well. All we can do is make the world a better place one kitten at a time, starting with Roary!

Oh, and Spike is a very happy lizard now, and is almost completely back to his old self and his water dragon ways!

8 comments:

Christy said...

Roary's got such lovely eyes!

clare said...

OMG Roary is just beautiful .
clares craftroom

Julie said...

I love that name. Does he roar?

Lallee said...

Hello Roary. May you find a perfect forever home.

Keep the message coming about de-sexing. Each pebble causes a new ripple of education.

3rdEyeMuse said...

great name for such a little doll ... and happy to know Spike is on the mend. :)

apparentlyjessy said...

oh, what a cute kitty, I think you are a very special person to foster them! I am glad to read that Spike got better :)

Yarni Gras! said...

a lucky kitten indeed. I had a sad thing today with a wounded cat I couldn't catch...when I called, they basically said 'oh well'....I was infuiated. It had a broken paw.....but was STILL to fast for me.......

creative breathing said...

Amanda, I have missed hearing from you. I have spent this late evening catching up with you and spike and the other great animals that can be found here at your blog. I hope all is well with you in Australia. I think about each and every time I sit at my craft desk and see my little blue bird nestled in his yellow pom-poms! Have a great weekend. Elizabeth