Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Oh give me a home, where the buffaloes roam...

And the deer and the antelope played...
Where seldom is heard, a discouraging word,
And the skies are not cloudy all day...

That's a song from my childhood - Home on the Range.

I wish I had a home on the range.  Then, I wouldn't have to work so hard at looking for adopters for all these rescued kittens on my hands.  I wouldn't have to worry about the dangers of fast vehicles too.    

What is happening on the homefront?

I'll let the pictures tell the story...

Peanut is emulating Teddybear, and loves to copy what the elder one does.

She socialises with all the seniors.  Here she is with Indy Jones.

And with Tiger, too.

She prefers to mingle with Xiao Li and Teddybear.

Jelly prefers the biggest boss of 'em all, Bobby.  I'm convinced it's a colour thingie.

Jelly really had me worried for a few days ever since she had that injury on her paw pads.  Her appetite was badly affected as well.  Perhaps the pain on her paw pads made her lose her appetite.  This evening, she started eating again.  I was much relieved. 

This is Butter, right after a meal.  He hangs out with Xiao Li sometimes, but normally prefers to be on his own.

Teddybear's fungal problem is improving day by day, with the ACV treatment.  Teddybear is the most loving and caring of them all.  He looks after the PBJs.  Whenever they venture out of the room, he would be following right behind.

Here's Xiao Li.  She has a bit of fungal spots on her face, but it's drying up with the ACV. 

If only I had a home on the range, I wouldn't have to put Xiao Li and Teddybear up for adoption, but alas, I don't.  They are still up for adoption, but I would like them BOTH to be adopted together, please.  They have become the best of friends and one would be so lonely without the other. 

Peanut eats with the elders.  Butter and Jelly still have to be hand-fed with moistened food.  When all three of the PBJs can eat on their own, the vet will take them back and put them up for adoption. 

Oh, give me a home, where the buffaloes roam....

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