I have been overwhelmed by the response and encouragement of friends and community members about creating a retirement home and hospice for cats.
There is clearly a need for such a place and I’m glad to be helping my community by simply satisfying my own need to be surrounded by cats.
To make this happen, I would like to solicit some help on two fronts:
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- I need assistance making Second Guess Farm Rescue-Retirement-Hospice into a proper 501(3)(c) organization.
- I want to add the ability to take in ‘feral’ cats. Safe, long-term housing for cats that can’t be regular pets.
Dappled Sunshine, AKA Dapples, AKA Momma comes to us from a TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) group.
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There are a lot of cats in this house. Sometimes, it gets tricky to figure out who is who.
So of course, I have a key:
You’ll notice some faces on here that haven’t been mentioned before. That’s because the household is growing.
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Monster is an 18 year old orange tabby who recently lost his human too soon.
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Not only do we share our home with the cats, but we also have two goofy dogs to keep us entertained.
Though huskies are labeled as rambunctious and high-energy (and these two certainly are), Comet and Scout are completely gentle with our beloved seniors.
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On June 12, 2019, Spike crossed the Rainbow Bridge, ending his struggle against FIV.
Spike was truly the most chill cat I’ve ever known. He was unperturbed by the hyper dogs, not troubled by the vacuum cleaner, and generally just happy to see you.
Spike earned the title of Pope in the household, as all the other animals tended to revere him.
He exuded personality, and will be missed.
On Saturday, May 25, 2019, Skittles crossed the Rainbow Bridge
When you take on senior animals, this is frequent and inevitable. We loved her very much.