My three fluffy charges made weight and are back at the shelter for the adoption process. They’ll get their surgeries and then go to the kitten room after they recover. I’ll keep you posted on their adoption status. My guess is that it won’t be long because of their impeccable upbringing and nuclear-powered cuteness.
This is the hard part, but it’s also the rewarding part. The better job I do, (with help from my assistant Mr. M) the better chance these guys get adopted quickly. I don’t cry anymore. That’s some progress, right? 😦
I could not do this because I would never get over crying from having to return them. You are a good person, Deb.
Debbie, the first batch I took back a few years ago was the worst! I cried so hard I was doing that “snorting” thing where you can’t catch your breath. It gets easier every time and I’m gonna keep doing it because I need all the help I can get with the man upstairs. 🙂
OK, I hear you.:) You get stars in my book any day, but thank goodness we don’t have to do good deeds to get what God has for us. I’m certainly glad about that, because I’d never make it with all my life’s errings. 🙂 Did I spell that right? Oh well, I’m thankful for Jesus. Another subject – Remember last August? Well, I’ll need a very good deed doing person to come to my house and check on my critters again, and I can’t think of a better person. 🙂 hint, hint