Sure it was hot, but the sky had actual hints of clouds in it. My sister, my husband and I packed into the car and drove to the Humane Society shelter near South Mountain.
He’s about 8 months old, and has such a little personality he was hard not to notice!
While we waited for him to be microchipped and ready for the drive home, we bought some new toys for him and our other kitties. We also wandered around and looked at all the tiny kittens one more time. We saw so many little ones, it was really hard to walk away. Especially this funny little black one, in a pile with her two other littermates, sleeping soundly with her mouth full-on open!
After Gremlin was ready, we drove him home to Lisa’s house, although she is going to introduce him to her dog and other cat very slowly. I am sure that he’s going to be just fine though.
It was so hard to not be blinded by the tiny mews and soft fuzzy heads of the smaller kittens. And it is so hard to know that you can’t help them all. But at least one more has a home, and that’s something that makes you feel so good.
Plus, while we were there, so many of the kittens were adopted. Including little Clawdine.
I found myself thinking as we left, God bless you, little honeys. I hope all of you find a place in this world with good people who love you as much as you deserve.