|Punkin' was rescued from the mean streets of Philly this morning. He is friendly, handsome and needs a forever home|
|I am backed up on reviews and posts from my Paris trip, but a more urgent matter prevails. Last week, I noticed some sweet white kittens on the path where I sometimes run near Philadelphia's Art Museum. I started feeding them and asking fellow runners and walkers about them....|
|One of the white kittens we're trying to trap-neuter-release. This guy actually may be able to be socialized if you are patient. He's very curious (I took this from inside my car). The other white one is super timid.|
|The same kitten, hiding under a car.|
|Poor Punkin' was not a happy camper after he realized he'd been trapped. Here he is in the back of my car. Hopefully this is the first step to a happier life for him|
|Punkin' enjoying his first dinner inside in at least two years|
|Punkin' is resting comfy inside tonite. Look at that face.|
This little boy is gorgeous – incredible markings, and shy but friendly. They say ginger cats are the friendliest ones. He desperately needs a home or a foster home. He does not deserve to live on the streets. Can you please help? Contact me if you are interested or cross post. And I'm happy to do whatever I can to help. If you are in a reasonable area in the megalopolis from NYC to Washington DC, I will happily drive him to you, or meet you halfway. Whatever it takes. Please help this sweet, deserving guy.
If this is too much of a commitment, we also need 1 or 2 "recovery" homes lined up for the white kitties post surgery. This would only involve caring for them from 1 day to 1 week after their neutering, depending on their sex and recovery time. If you have a spare room and can lend a hand, again, I would do everything possible to make it easy for you. These kitties need our help.
Also, please look at the Green Street Rescue site and check out all the other wonderful, adoptable kitties waiting for forever homes, Thank you, friends. Food news soon.