|Molly and Chiquita|
Purring fur her safe and healthy surgery. Silvia and I will be worrying until she is ready to be picked up.
She will stay at the Big Kennel Motel after Katie Mom picks her up... she becomes passive and cries when frightened and doesn't slash out and hiss like Mama Molly.
No ear tip fur this girl - already have an offer to be a store kitty... plan B if no forever Mommy found.
Her Mom Molly misses her very much... She would not eat last night, kept calling for her baby. Whenever Chiquita would try to be friends with Silvia, Molly would hiss and slap Silvia - she knows Silvia has been taking her babies to the mysterious Indoor World.
Still praying that both girls can go to same place since they are bonded. Yet Molly is very hard to trap. Another challenge is Molly does not like being touched, although she has been coming to Silvia to eat for over six years. For Molly's sake to find a place for both mother and daughter together - Molly would be alone if we just trap spay and return her. Molly has always wanted a companion to be with - keep one of kittens for companionship - boy or girl kitty. Last one we rescued was Danny, a boy (see post)- and as soon as we caught him, she went searching for a mate and that's where we think Chiquita came from. Don't know how many kittens Molly has at one time or what what happens to them. She is small and may only have one or two at a time. She keeps one to raise... Silvia never sees her give birth, just a kitten that follows her to eat.
Chiquita allows hands near and some touching by Silvia. Chiquita started connecting to me last week, meeting my eye contact. She let me touch her through the trap... I don't know how rough these handlers are at KHS when getting them ready for anesthesia and this trap is really large compared to a small six pound girl. Chiquita wants to connect to good people - her disposition and choice. She was very afraid and cried alot, yet did not retaliate. She doesn't have the disposition to be safe in the outdoor world like her Mama.
We are joining the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop! Thankful that Chiquita is finally caught and getting spayed - on her way to learning more about good people in the Indoor World, and so thankful that her spay and shots cost the TNR price and donations came in to cover her spay.
Purrz from Katie Kat the Mom
and Itsy Bootsie Woo today
the Salvage Yard Kitten Rescue purring in my lap.
She is 8 years old, furry small and silly.