Sunday, December 6, 2009

Happy Endings for Tabitha, Napoleon & Buick

Yesterday all three of my remaining fosters went to the Carol's Ferals adoption event and all three found homes!

Buick enjoyed hanging in a cage with her buds Jola and Cristal (seriously - have you ever seen a cuter picture?!)...

...before she headed off to her forever home with new parents Karen and Chuck. Buick is going to be the single pet... and I think that will suit her perfectly. I have a feeling she is going to be spoiled rotten!

I was so thrilled that Tabitha and Napoleon found their forever home yesterday - and they got to go together! While I think they would have adjusted to being split up, it's a best case scenario for them to stay together because they've been two peas in a pod for so long. They will love living out their lives together.

Their new parents and Joyce and Richard - who are newly retired and looking forward to having "his and hers" kitties on their laps! They have lots of time to spend showering love on Tabitha and Napoleon and all of us at the event were thrilled to know what a great home they are going to have.

I was proud of myself for holding it together when Buick got adopted. I think because I didn't have her for very long and because she'd been out of my direct care for a few weeks it helped make goodbye easier.

It was tough to say goodbye to Tabitha and Napoleon though - that's for sure. Both Travis and I loved them very much. I'd be lying if I said I didn't shed a few tears!

But the thing that outweighs any sadness is the assurance that all three of my babies went to WONDERFUL homes today. I couldn't have asked for better adopters! Thanks so much, Joyce, Richard, Karen, and Chuck! Please keep me updated! I (and The Kitten Mama followers!) would love the occasional update!

So now, what's to come of this blog?! I have a few ideas I'm mulling over -- stay tuned in the next few days for an update... : )


  1. i can't wait to see what you do next :) and how amazing they all got such great homes!

  2. I'm so happy that all three found wonderful homes!

  3. I'm so happy that all of them found homes! Thank you so much for all of your hard work fostering them. It can be so hard to say goodbye to the kittens that you have worked so hard to keep alive.
    Somehow, I think that more kittens are in your future!

  4. Great blog.I love cats & kittens. I have 1 & would have 2 more, but my hubby won't let me. He worries about vet bills with having more than 1 cat. I keep hoping a stray will show up on my doorstep. My ex-roomie lived in G Rapids for a long time. I visited her once. She's in Wayland now & hates it & misses "the big city".

  5. So cute. I love cats and kittens too...