Some of you may or may not know that Ash had his neuter yesterday. Our little man was very brave and came through with flying colours. Chrystal said that in the evening when he was supposed to be resting, he was wanting to run around the house and play so she had to sequester him in her downstairs bathroom. He cried and cried in the bathroom to come out and be with the family and all their cats and dogs. I think this bodes well for his integration here that he is such a social boy!
Another great thing you may not know about is that our friend Amy from House of Cats has offered to help with Ash's transportation! At first I thought Robert and I would go all the way to Chrystal's (1376 km or 855 miles) but that is a lot of driving to cram into one weekend, so I asked for some help. Chrystal put the word out and three wonderful people stepped forward and offered to assist; Amy from House of Cats, Lee County Clowder and Meezer Tails. Chrystal discovered that Lee County Clowder was too far away from the route that had been established so she was coordinating with Amy when Meezer Tails contacted her and offered to help. Since Amy was already on the job, Meezer Tails volunteered to drive for the next adoption....
Which brings me to a serious topic. Chrystal has just found six more feral kittens in addition to the five cats already in residence at her cathouse...she is full to bursting!!! Ash will be coming to me, but Possom, Blossom, Alice and Sparkles still need to find forever homes. They are all beautiful and social kitties, can anyone out there find room in their homes and hearts to adopt one of these deserving cats? If so please contact Chrystal right away: email@example.com :-)
So the plan for Ash is he will recover at Chrystal's house until October 30th which is transport day. Now we need a name for our big adventure like Operation Ash only better lol! If anyone can come up with some neat ideas please leave them in the comments. Chrystal, Amy and I will all be blogging about our individual legs of the journey so I hope you will spread the word and tune in for the fun!