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Their house is amazing, and the variety of foster and adopted kitties is amazing, too - in very good ways! Grace & Company were unaware, but we beans went visiting on Independence Day. We had a terrific time visiting all these wonderful little souls!
First up was a litter of five kittens who have no mama-cat. Three of them are in the photos below. They will be foster kitties here until they weigh two pounds. Then they will go back to the SPCA for hoo-ha-ectomies, shots, etc., and will be up for adoption. Aren't they beautiful?
And then there's Lucky! Here's the write-up about Lucky from the Houston SPCA's June newsletter:
A cat named "Lucky" came to The Houston SPCA with a broken pelvis and went to foster care for rest and rehabilitation. Because of the nature and location of the break, our medical team was not sure whether she would ever walk again, but everyone was willing to give her the chance. While in foster care, Lucky befriended all of the resident cats and charmed her foster mom. After 8 weeks of foster R&R, Lucky was re-examined, and the team determined that her injuries were permanent. Lucky became a "furr-ever foster" and a permanent addition to the family. They even purchased a custom made go-cart for her so she can run and play with the other kitties!We love all the fosters and adoptees at our cousins' home. All are such fun and VERY individual!