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Getting cat to like carrier

Posted on August 23, 2017 at 11:11 AM Comments comments (1341)
Found this on Petbucket. Just thought I would share

Beautiful ditch

Posted on August 19, 2017 at 2:35 PM Comments comments (488)
Of course there was no power waiting for us at the new site so I had to dig a trench for the power cable. The contractor who ran the wire complimented me on it's quality and that it was a shame to fill such a nice ditch back in. (it was a good thing i was at work or I may have added the contractor before filling in the ditch).
This still did not get us power that night as an inspector would have to bless it ( and be paid) even though I was assured the contractors word was all that was needed.

Remember what I said about the advantages of working through a bad situation. We did have power that night (and for the week we waited to get city power) because of the lessons I learned then. Thanks to Jim and Jay and John I had our power pannel wired to a generator about the same time the sweat dried. You guys will never know how much you influenced my life and continue to improve it (even if you do not realize how much teaching simple skills can do) 

November 2015 part 2

Posted on August 19, 2017 at 2:08 PM Comments comments (0)
                                                                                                       This was truly a sight to behold! Like Katrina it's some thing we dealt with so I learned a lot- it is also something I don't necessarily want to do again. This site is about 2 miles from Renne's ranch and 20 minutes from work ( which is good as anyone who knows my feelings about early mornings can tell you)

November 2015

Posted on August 19, 2017 at 1:55 PM Comments comments (0)
                                                    And so the cats were temporarily back in carriers stacked in the trailer while we moved "home" closer to work and stability

history august 2015

Posted on August 19, 2017 at 1:46 PM Comments comments (0)


And so Here we are in a mobile home we bought in Georgetown. It was 45 minutes away from my new job and needed a lot of work. It took 4 trips with the cars to move everyone here but at least we were together and indoors.Good thing about it was that it is MOBILE. This will bring us to November of 2015 

Catching up June 2015

Posted on August 19, 2017 at 1:35 PM Comments comments (0)
So here we were in June of 2015. On the farm of a local rescue and the cats in a dog kennel up front. After a grueling 14 hour drive in a van crammed to the roof with kennels this was positive luxury and I was very grateful to Renne for making space for us. She is also a rescue and shows her cats at the Petsense in Mt Sterling as well as posting them online at C.A.T.S (Caring About Treasured Strays) and on rescueme.org.

Back in action

Posted on October 6, 2016 at 1:04 PM Comments comments (0)
So this is where we spent the first two months in Kentucky. The cats were in a kennel under the trees. The move was chaotic at best but we all got here.

Maine coone kitten and bottle feeding class

Posted on March 13, 2015 at 5:17 PM Comments comments (0)
LA ( Algiers ) Kitten Bottle Feeding Training Class at LA/SPCA – Sun 3/15 from 2-4
 
Contact: RSVP [email protected]
 
The Louisiana SPCA
Want to get involved by helping to care for young, orphaned kittens? Then make sure you attend our bottle feeder training class. The class is open to everyone and will take place at the Louisiana SPCA on March 15 from 2 - 4 PM. Help us save more lives this Kitten Season! To RSVP for this class, contact [email protected]
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LA ( Thibodaux ) …. looking to be adopted/rescued – Lafourche Parish Shelter - Sweet looking adorable little Maine Coon mix.
 
Contact:
Stephanie L. Griffin
Clerk III
985-446-3532
985-446-8461 (Fax)
934 Hwy 3185
Thibodaux, LA 70301
 

Lowcost Spay&neuter

Posted on January 2, 2015 at 12:35 AM Comments comments (0)
Hi all-
Please spread the word regarding some AMAZING news. In honor of the 10 year Hurricane Katrina anniversary in August of 2015, LASPCA will now be offering $10 feral surgeries from January through August at our Community Clinic. Great promotions on pet surgeries and microchipping are also being offered (please see attached press release.) Help spread the word that spay/neuter is now affordable and help save the lives of New Orleans ’ animals! This promotional is good for cats caught in Orleans Parish ONLY, though we are still honoring the Jefferson Fix a Feline program as well.
Only 1 other announcement before the New Year. We have a litter of 3 semi ferals that we’d like to find a safe colony for ASAP. They are rabies vaccinated 4 month olds (2 male, 1 female) and were recently neutered in anticipation of going to a colony which didn’t end up working out. Anyone interested, please let me know, as they are available for relocation immediately to a responsible caregiver.
Posted: 2014-12-28 11:33pm
Free Free Free! Low Cost, $10....Spay & Neuter (Jefferson Parish, Orleans )
·Thanks for considering to have the feral & stray cats spayed. The Jefferson SPCA Fix-A-Feline Program is offering FREE Feral & Stray and,
*** $10 co-payment spay/neuter surgery for owned cats. Just call one of the participating clinics below, mention Fix A Feline and make your appointment. The Jefferson SPCA will cover the balance of the S/N costs. Call our hotline if you have any questions: 504-733-5878. See jeffersonspca.org
***Also, The is a fix a canine program, any size owned dog $50. See website for list of clinics.
Pit Bull & Pit Mixes are FREE!!!!!
New Orleans has a grant funded program too, See La/spca.org for details or # below
Fix-A-Feline Participating Clinics
Ark Animal Hospital
4025 Jefferson Hwy.
Jefferson , LA 70121
504-834-0906
[email protected]
Furry Friends Animal Hospital
2330 LaPalco Blvd.
Harvey , LA 70058
504-366-6060
Cypress Animal Hospital
2715 Idaho Ave.
Kenner , LA 70062
504-466-9129
Expressway Animal Hospital
400 West Bank Expressway
Westwego , LA
504-341-4603
Primary Veterinary Care
90 West Bank Expressway
Gretna , LA 70058
504-367-9270
Marrero Veterinary Clinic
4001 Lapalco Blvd
Harvey , La
504-341-6720
LA/SPCA Community Clinic
1700 Mardi Gras Blvd.
Algiers , LA 70114
504-363-1333
Link to La/SPCA Community Clinic
South Shore Animal Hospital
213 Live Oak St .
Metairie , LA 70005
504-831-7724

December interuption

Posted on December 29, 2014 at 6:09 PM Comments comments (0)
As a few of you have noticed my site has been dormant for a while. We have had a few serious setbacks recently and the computer was an on going one. Thanks to Best Tech I am back up and running. (that's right. I have to pay a shop to fix my computer because I do not have any relatives under 12 I can lean on)
So a belated congradulations to our new families of Starbuck, Gigi, Faith, Jed and  Grizzly and Robin.
Thank you for your happy notes over Christmas and I am returning messages as fast as I can. Stay tuned for more kittens on our adoption page. We have 11 more to post now (4 -6 mnths old).
 
WISHING ALL OF YOU A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR!!

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