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    That video is really fun to watch! Thank you for sharing the new arrivals. They all look like healthy happy kitties.
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    Thank you Agate, they are all wonderful.

    I actually cried yesterday at the thought of them leaving, on one hand I can't wait but I feel like these are my babies now lol. I have become very attached to the calico girl.

    Hopefully this will not be my last time. I do enjoy it and I believe Jared does too though he complains that it triggers his anxiety, well it does mine too but I suck it up because it helps bring a sense of purpose to my life. Doing what I can in my own little part of the world.

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    Perhaps next time you could foster one or two. That might not trigger :)
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    This is the sweet baby I have left. Looking for a home. I had to keep him and his sister longer than the rest because this boy caught a kitty cold. So he was on antibiotics and she had to be monitored. Found Maddie The Brave a home and they kept her name. Thought it was wonderful. he is now off of meds and ready so am spreading the word in my circle. He is amazing, he purrs constantly, even when he dozes lol. I love listening to it and holding his napping warm fuzzy body on my chest to keep me warm lol and give him comfort. Looking forward to the next. Would like to look into hospice fostering.
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    Well I haven't gotten very far in my fostering career and here I have my first foster fail. Looks like Chunk now is one of the family lol. My son has fallen in love and Chunk is so sweet so I have agreed. Next I want to foster a dog. Need to get my foster room a bit more pet friendly because it is also my sewing and crafting room. The kittens had a field day in there.

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    I think you were a success, Chris. You job was to love and take care of them and then find them homes. You did that.

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    thank you Ann, I appreciate that, it is very fulfilling. I am already looking for the next lol.

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