Sunday, April 21, 2019

Barn Cat BLOG 4/21/19

Blog 04/15/19 to 04/21/19


Our Cats after Release
Calls/Emails:   Injured Cat in Mineola
BMG (Bitch/Moan/Groan):  The Big Clean
OMG (Oh My God):  Siri to Detroit Texas

Relocations:   I placed 4 this week.    
3          Workshop in Italy (Joe, Alex, Charles)
1          Barn in Detroit (Siri) (see info below)

Our Cats after Release: 
1.     Gunter:  Paula and Mary were placed in this shed with 2 cat doors in a backyard in Gunter.  Both are still around and another cat I put out there several years ago HAS COME BACK.  Maybe she was just looking for friends….well it all worked out.  That original cat had killed a copperhead snake in their backyard where their children play.  Glad that one returned and can teach the “ropes” to the new girls. 
2.     McKinney:  Mr. Meow and Thia were placed in this barn home.  They are hanging in the barn which is great and not going to the house.  Their kids enjoyed petting Mr. Meow during an Easter egg hunt.  That is Mr. Meow on top of the hay.  Thia was inside the had and the picture is much too dark -- sorry!


Calls/Emails:   Injured Cat in Mineola
I help someone with cats many, many years ago.  She is now living in Mineola, TX.  That is “not” close by.  HOWEVER, it is close to Emory, TX where I have had a request for 6 cats.  I will be taking 6 from Feral Friends to Emory hopefully next week.  Then, I will get this injured cat from the vet clinic and give it to an adoption group here.   A neighbor’s dog chased it into the street and it was hit by a car.  The good news is that the driver took the cat to a vet clinic where it is healing.  Hope this works out…!!!             

BMG:   The Big Clean
We have begun to clean and take down caging in both cat rooms.  There are currently just 3 in there plus 2 together in a triple cage in my family room.  Those 2 are going out on Monday.  The volunteers have taken down 14 cages.  I will begin to distribute those cages to groups that will be doing some barning.  I have already begun to do “referrals”.  I hope to get all 5 remaining cats out next week.  BUT – 2 were going to a barn in Red Oak but there was a death in their family and they are now out of town.  Hope they return early next week so I can get out there with Blaze and Glenna.  Keep your paws crossed! 

OMG:   Siri to Detroit Texas
A family in Royce City took cats from me several years ago.  Both are still around.  They recently moved to Detroit, TX east of Paris, TX.  I loaned them caging to make the transition comfortable for the cats.  Detroit is beyond out service area but the family is coming here for Easter and will pick her up with the caging and take her to Detroit.  ALL GOOD!  

Thanks for following the Barn Cats Blog.            Peg                                                                    


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