T.S. hanging out in Teddy's kennel while the Mom cleaned our area.
The Mom says those eyes just kill her.
Today we spread our love far and wide.....the Mom and the boy drove an hour away to visit a local(ish) cat rescue and play with kitties looking for their "furever" homes. The boy had seen the rescue's facebook page....and it broke his poor little heart! He told the Mom person that he just wanted to "pet all the sad kitties". She told him she didn't think he could pet them all but that maybe he could take them some toys and food. Well, the boy really liked that idea and wouldn't let up on the Mom until she drove him to see all the "sad kitties".
Teddy and I had to stay home because we can be a little rough with kitties. We're just playing but they don't seem to enjoy being licked from head to toe. When I was a tiny little puppy T.S. was already a big full grown cat who didn't mind letting me crawl all over him now that I'm 20 lbs he regrets this!!!
The Mom person took the boy to the store and they filled the cart with toys, cubes and kitten food and away they went.
Here's a picture of Sadie. She's only eight months old and was dropped off at the rescue with her kittens.
The boy covered it kitties looking for some love.
Sadie resting her head in the Mom's hand. Hey Sadie...that's our hand enjoy it now but don't get to comfortable!
Dinah checking out the goods.
This is Gigi aka Diva Cat! She's a beautiful silver persian....before she came to the rescue some mean kids were swinging her around by her tail. It was so badly damaged that the vet had to remove it. She let the Mom and the boy know that she was above their gifts...but by the end of the visit the Mom got to pet her.
The Mom didn't learn this kitty's name but he was enjoying a nap on a bookcase before the Mom woke him up for a picture.
This guy's named Pugsy and he lived on his own for awhile. When he came to the rescue his fur was so matted they had to shave him down. He's still a little shy but he let the Mom pet him for a bit.
The boy hasn't been able to stop talking about the kitties since he got home. He's already planning on his next trip to hang out with his feline friends.