|Prince and Princess|
|Evie at the vet's office|
What to do with a mostly blind, all black (not a speck of white!) kitten? Hopefully, there is a loving home waiting for her out there! Co-worker knows she needs to get the baby spayed soon, although she would rather wait for Evie's new family to take care of all these medical issues.
I have a problem with this approach! If you take in a cat, you must see to it's medical health immediately! Could Evie's sight have been saved by earlier intervention? Guess we'll never know, and my heart aches to take this sweet baby away with me. However, she's not mine, and my co-worker knows that I cannot adopt her. I hope and pray for some wonderful person to come along and pick little Evie up, taking her away to her forever home, where she gets ALL the care she deserves.
If anyone thinks they may know of someone interested in adopting little Evie, please post a comment! I am happy to make a connection that liberates Evie out of that place and onto a better life. Co-worker thinks she knows all, and that her way is just fine. I don't like it, because it's not FINE to me, and yet I can only make suggestions and offer my support. We could have TNR'd all four cats months ago, and Evie would have gotten care, and momma would have been spayed, and...well, you get my drift.