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Date:11/23/2014 5:23:36 PM
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Hi Tobi and family!
Hope its a good summer there-- sure is hot here! Sending the c/p from CC to everyone, because it tells a lot of mom's experiences as a rescue foster. Good info for anyone considering it. Adopting to the right family can be difficult. She has rescued rats and other critters, but has always ended up keeping them. Hope all is well! We have a c/p today about mom's experiences as a cat foster. She has also fostered dogs, but most of them tend to stay, after all the work of training,etc. One of our friends asked about her experience with fostering and she thought it was good enough to pass on to everyone today. yes, mom fosters regularly for a group she has belonged to for years and is on the board of. She does adopt some out, but is very careful about the homes they go to. Mostly she keeps special needs kitties. You may wonder about Barney's special need. He knew how to beat the system--- after being a super sweet cat, he began growling, hissing and clawing at people looking at him!. Then mom discovered he had dental issues and half his teeth needed pulling. He acted really sick, and was then, and won mom's heart! He also constantly escaped outside, against the rules in our house and made mom chase him down. How could she trust him to anyone else? Hefty came from a close friend, who couldn't keep him and that was his in. Molly was a foster, but went to an eldery friend needing a therapy cat. When she died, mom promised to keep Molly. Andy we discovered has a fairly severe heart murmur. Angel Rosebud was another friend's cat and mom got her when she died. Angel Lacy was a foster, who bit from fear and had been abused. YoYo had been feral and was too scared around other people. Basil was a foster and was Siamese/Tonkanese-- need we say more-- he wormed his way into her heart! Pasha and Aggie were her first pair of Siamese, before she met the rescue group. Pasha was rescued by someone and Aggie was a petshop cat that needed to get out of there! Mom wouldn't go in a petshop now, but she's not sorry she got Aggie.
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