Hey, look what I can do.
Thank you all for your nice comments regarding Maggie. I have great faith in my Vet and hope with all my heart that Maggie responds to one of Dr. Ann's remedies. I know we have a rocky road ahead because of Maggie's age. She will be 18 this June.
I walked to my cat-sitting clients today because the weather was warm & sunny here. I stopped in to visit a lady who fosters for our local pound. She is a cat-lover and opens her home and her heart to the homeless cats. We live in a rural area where cats are dumped often. They are never spayed and invariably are pregnant when picked up by Animal Control. The kennel holds comfortably (I use that word loosely) 25 cats but at this time of the year and right up to next Fall it will be over-crowded and it will be filled with kittens also. Many adoptions are made there but not enough. This is where wonderful people like Shelly make the difference. She has two moms and 8 kittens at her home that she takes care of and socializes and then will adopt them out from there. I happened to have my camera so I took a few pics.