A good outcome for Tara. :)
- From: leopardusweidii@xxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Sun, 23 Nov 2008 14:39:17 -0800 (PST)
Introductions to the Miles Clowder start this week.
I haven't officially told the RSPCA yet, but she's staying. The more I
thought about it, the more I realised that no home is ever going to be
good enough for her. After speaking to my mom on the phone tonight and
crying about the fact I'd miss Tara too much and worry about her in
her new home too much, I've decided she's staying.
Riley officially belongs to my dad. He's staying here until my folks
come home from Argentina next year, at which point he'll be moving to
London to live in a 5 bedroom detached house on 1/2 an acre,
surrounded by about a mile square of gardens because of the way my
parents house is situated.
Tara, his sister will be going with him. :)
I've fostered literally hundereds of cats, but usually as a rule stay
away from the "have to be tamed" ferals. The reason is that out of all
of the fosters, to me they are the hardest to give up and send to a
new home. My track record with rehoming foster cats is....132
friendly cats, 132 new homes with families of their own. 4 ferals, 4
additions to the Miles Clowder...
Says it all really. ;o)
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