Sunday, August 7, 2011

Coming Out of the Closet

This morning I let the cat out of the bag.....

 I mean, I let the kitty out of the closet. ...

No, that's not right either....

I let Mama Boots out of the stall! 

She has been living in a stall since we acquired her almost a month ago. First we had to keep her locked up so that she would not try to run back to her previous owner. Then, we had her spayed and the clinic* suggested she be confined for a week to ten days.

So, now it is finally time to explore your new world....





There's a big ol' world out there, Mama Boots!


* The Feline Fix is a program of the Rocky Mountain Cat Alliance.  This organization is wonderful. I can't say enough good things about who they are and what they do. The RMCA is working hard to help control the cat population. They spay or neuter feral cats as well as pet cats, and provide shots.... all for a reasonable fee of $45 ($35 for feral cats). It's hard to beat that. If you have a cat that needs to be fixed, you might check to see if a similar organization exists in your community. 

12 comments:

  1. Love seeing her explore her world!
    And that is a WONDERFUL program- so reasonable!!

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  2. She's a lovely lady and she is going to enjoy her new home so much because there are horses there. And, where there are horses, there is grain. And, where there is grain, there are
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    MOUSIES!
    Kitty heaven.

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  3. I have three cats here that belong to Jill (Belle's owner). Hopefully they will be let out on Tuesday.

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  4. She's a tuxedo kitty like our Minnie!

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  5. She is beautiful. Where in Colorado are you? Are you close to Denver? Love the countryside.

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
    http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com

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  6. I love to hear about these kind of programs, it is just a shame not enough ppl can be bothered to use them...But many do and that is a start.

    Blessings Kelsie

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  7. That's my favorite cat charity too!

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  8. Glad she's free! I hope she stays safe.

    Cindy Bee

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  9. Marcy has a cat that is almost indentical to this one! She is so pretty.

    Thanks for you comment on my fridge move. It was not as dramatic as out first one...we had better tools, only had to trim a little decorative trim on the cabinet...looks good and sure holds alot!

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  10. Great program to spay and neuter pets! Nothing like that in our area..yet ..maybe someday:)

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