have yet another barn cat! He showed up night before last; a tiny little blue and white tom cat. He is too tame to be a local feral, so obviously someone dumped him, probably because he is old enough now to start spraying. Just as sweet as he can be; I do not understand how people can be this way. But, he is not the first animal that has made it to my door. He has an appointment Monday for the vet; the first step in getting him neutered. He will get checked out and his vaccinations, and, if he is healthy, I will make an appointment then to get him neutered. If he is positive for Feluk, I don't know what I will do; I have been very lucky in that regard, and have never had to make that choice. Oh, well, here's hoping that will not be an issue here, wither; I don't think it will be; he looks very healthy, if a bit thin and bedraggled. I guess he can take Arwen's place, now that Arwen is a house cat after his bout with UTI.
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