I returned a key to Smudge's owner this morning. I'll miss that little beauty 'til next time.
These two little rascals are always up to no good but I have never had to worry about them .
Bud & Chase
Before I leave I always hide some treats around the living-room. They know this game and they wait for it. Sometimes they are already sitting there before I get the bag. Once the treats are placed I bid them goodbye 'til next visit. They find everyone of them.
If you have been following my blog for some time you know who Shelly is when I speak of her. She is a foster mom for homeless cats and lives in my town. She often takes cats from our local shelter and cares for them until they are ready for adoption. She just sent me an email...."I have a cat here that is ready to pop anytime now. She is lovely and I think I'll call her Tinkerbell.
She is black and white short hair and very tiny.So.....looks like new kittens anytime now. I'll certainly be posting pictures and keeping you updated on Tinkerbell and her future new-mom status. I just hope that when the time comes there will be loving homes waiting for these kittens and Tinkerbell. Too many cats....too few good homes.
Some people have asked a few questions about my business.
Yes, I cat-sit every day. It is actually a 7 day a week commitment so you must really want to do this if you are thinking of starting up a cat-sitting service. But keep in mind that it is your business so you can take time off if needed.
I go into the client's home. The cat does not come to my home.
Your cat is best left at home in its' own environment with all its' own things and have someone visit once or twice a day.
I do not look after dogs and that is the reason I named my business Just Cats. Plain and simple. I still get asked, though. Why is that????
Back home, Sierra enjoys her ESS scratcher and she's not sharing.