Wednesday, December 9, 2009

All the cats are doing it...

Ear Tips!

Here are all 12 cats showing their trendy new ear tips!
First I would like to introduce you to The Grays.
The Grays are 3 gray tabbies that are always together. 2 small ones, Winch and Hitch, and one larger one, Torque. They are always in the same place and eat together, so we decided to keep them together at the recovery space. I like to think it is a mama and her 2 little girls.
Here is Mama Gray, Torque.
She's a beauty!
Baby Gray, Hitch!
Baby Gray, Winch!
This was the last cat in a trap.
Very skittish, and very cute!
Look at mama, Torque, watching over her in the trap to the right.
Handsome Mr. Turbo
Dapper Mr. Hood
Hemi, the big guy.
Hemi is the cat that has the hematoma on his right ear.
Ear looks better and he is one tough cookie!
Don't let that timid look fool you, he was hissing and striking as soon as we lifted up the cover to clean his trap! He is assumed by the car lot owner to be the grandpa of all the cats.
This guy has the bite marks/abcesses on his back.
They have been healing very well and he is doing great!
Weetle Beetle!
Beetle is such a cutie.
He is acting tough here! All 4 to 5 pounds of him!
And this is Beetle's little curly bobbed tail!
Another big guy!
He LOVES to eat!
Handsome devil!

Monday night we released the males and tonight, Wednesday, we released the females.
Here are the males lined up Monday night ready to be released.

Video of the release.
The first 40 seconds is uneventful, but then you can see them dash out one by one.

And here are the empty traps!
All the Greasy Paws cats have been returned!
By the way, tonight when we arrived to release the rest of the cats/the females, guess who was sitting at the fence eating dinner...MUFFLER!
The cat we did not see ONCE during the trapping dates.
Someone decided to take her/him in so we would not get her/him!
And that little stinker sat and watched us from the time we showed up tonight until the time we left!

So, about that other cat from Greenpoint...
This is Kermit
Turns out he was already neutered and had been picked up by someone in the neighborhood but put back in the lot when they found out he was FIV positive.
This cat is absolutely adorable and just begs for love.
He has ringworm now, but is being treated and will be ready for adoption very soon.
Here he charmed Shawn in to holding him!
Shawn said Ringworm, Shringworm and picked him right up for a snuggle!
He was sooo happy!
He is being fostered by the wonderful Alen! They named him Kermit because under a blacklight ringworm shows up bright green!
Here is Kermit getting his first Sulfur-Lime Dip!
He was sooo well behaved! What a great cat!
We wish the best for this little guy!
He is absolutely wonderful and sugar sweet!
He fully deserves to be someone's baby!

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