The walk tonight was cool but no wind. It seemed very still.
It's so evident now that Fall is peeking around the corner.
All the gardens that I would admire on this familiar path are looking old and crumpled.
And the sidewalks are empty and no cats laying about. They are inside lying on the counters, no doubt.
After feeding Helma, the German Shepherd
Kanes walk over and done with, it was good to get in and have a cup of hot, herbal tea and honey.
I'm feeling fatigued but not for lack of sleep. I think all this cat business and knowing of all those that are still waiting to get homes lies heavy on my neck and shoulders. Another cat tonight was rescued and she brought with her two 2 day old kittens. She is now at a foster home in our town. I was asked to take her but I know my limit and with Hugo on meds, Kane on meds and a mom and 3 kittens hunkering down in the spare room, I had to say "no".
Himalayan cat. At one time, you never heard of these breeds being cast aside or abandoned. Now, it seems it doesn't make any difference. In some eyes, a cat's a cat and that's that.