The kittens are part siamese. The 3rd kitten, from another litter, is solid black and he is hiding in back of the carrier. Probably can't see him well at all. The little female kitten won't be spayed for a few weeks. She came along for companionship as she would be lost without her mom and siblings according to the owners. And they were right- she started meowing as her two brothers were taken out of the cage, anesthetized, and neutered. They'll be awake enough to return by late this afternoon.
Here's a video of them-
In other news, July and August are flying by. It's been over a month since I sent Leon to Cat Heaven. I mentioned it here and there, but I don't think I officially mentioned it here on my blog. Clients have asked about him as they come in, and they don't see him anywhere. If you were following along with his bad kidneys, he got worse over the 4th of July weekend- depressed, dehydrated, etc. And when he got to where he wasn't interested in eating his treats, (he NEVER refused cat treats. Even with tooth gel on them, he would eat them.) I knew it was time to set him free. He had been here from almost the beginning of Granite Hills Animal Care so it was rather different not having him around. I told someone I sort felt like I did when my last grandparent passed away. You always have grandparents, and then one day, you don't. He sits on a shelf here in the office with Jezabelle and Jethro.
Well . . . today we find "You Know Who" grazing on the salad bar and upchucking all over the office.
|I wasn't messin' with the flowers. Honest.|
So what's new with you? Ready for the summer to be over with? Looking forward to Pumppkin Pie?