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I was trying to photograph the wooden tote that I found at a local antique show this weekend so it’s not officially a piece of furniture I’m trying to show off but the sofa, lamp and hutch in the background make it a furniture shot of sorts, right? 🙂
This is newly rescued Sarah (the great dane/bloodhound) making herself at home in some much needed Sun after a VERY hard winter just North of Boston.
This is our 8-month old Labradoodle Quimby, sitting on our Bo Concept armchair. He adores snuggling in the Restoration Hardware fake fur throw.
This is Orla May Taylor the Airedale Terror @ mercurious.com.au
I have gone and done it again…..I have been feeding 3 feral cats since the end of the summer (see video here I took last month). I had told myself after the last stray I rescued that I would not go through that again. I knew that would not last. I could not bear to let these poor 8 or 9 month old kittens live like they had been anymore, and after being in contact with the Ottawa Humane Society and a couple of rescue organizations – none of which would help me – I decided I had had enough. So early Saturday morning, my husband and I managed to trap 2 of the kittens.
In the photo above you can see 3 of the kittens. We trapped the 2 that are standing in front of the garage they lived in. (They often ran out to greet me like this in the mornings because they knew I brought them breakfast).
This was taken a few hours after we had brought them home. Luckily I have a spare bedroom in this house with no furniture in it so it is now the feral cat hangout. I am fairly sure the one on the left is a female. She is the friendliest and loved to be petted (so I was able to get a look at her backend since she often came out of the garage to get some attention and get to the food before the others). The one of the right I am not sure if it’s male or female. It hasn’t really let me pet it but doesn’t run away when I try to. Judging by its temperament I think it will for sure come around.
They are pretty terrified of the events of Saturday but at least their food bowl was empty when I checked in on them Sunday morning (I hope to gawd they are both eating). I plugged in a Feliway diffuser I picked up Sunday night so I hope that helps. We tried to get the 3rd kitten and what I think might be their mom Sunday morning but were unsuccessful so we will try again Tuesday morning. I really hope we can catch them all and that they come around. There is that to worry about (my nerves are shot I am so concerned for these little cuties), and then how to pay the vet bills when the time comes. Please say a little prayer that this whole saga ends on a happy note. And I’ll be posting update photos on Instagram if you’re interested in following the progress. *SIGH*