Friday, December 31, 2010
New Year's Eve
This New Year's Eve, cats and kittens in our fosterspaces -- like orange boys Julius and Rigoli, who came in from the cold thanks to a caring Chicago city police officer -- await forever homes.
Pretty, a shy kitty from Champagne-Furbana, is inside and learning to love this New Year's Eve.
This New Year's Eve, we remember the kitties we said goodbye to in 2010: Adm. Adama, Mona, Spalding, Nadia, Willa, Freckles, Maxime et Maurice, Esther's third, and those who never had a name.
This New Year's Eve black and white cats like Carmen, who fostermom Katherine G. calls "the most adoptable cat ever," or lovable couch potato Leo Leonni, await forever homes.
This New Year's Eve, our alley cats are eating.
This New Year's Eve kittens like Cleo and Darius and Ray and the five cuties we're about to unveil all await their forever homes.
This New Year's Eve beautiful black cats like Lola, Madison, and Kenya await their forever homes.
This New Year's Eve, rescued one-eyed cats Lydia and Lucia Clara rest easy.
This New Year's Eve, all the kitties who were adopted from us in 2010 are curling up with their forevermom, or foreverdad, or foreverkids, with the memory of their outdoor life behind them.
This New Year's Eve, homeless cats out on the street are cold and hungry.
May 2011 bring us many more opportunities to rescue cats, yet fewer cats to rescue.