In addition to the four kittens being adopted, Forrester was also adopted!
It was a great weekend, as several other puppies and dogs were also adopted. It also gives me a much needed break, since for awhile there I had five foster dogs and eight foster cats. Four foster dogs and four foster cats is a much easier number. Here's a quick summary of my remaining fosters, in order of arrival:
Ziggy - Deaf pit bull, he got to stay home on Saturday because there wasn't enough room in the car for everyone to go. I'm planning to alternate him and Tulsa at adoption events because both of them can be challenging to handle at PetSmart with all the strange dogs and people.
Kira, Kimba and Kona - All three cats are finally ready for adoption. Kimba and Kona, the two kittens, went to adoptions today, and I don't think they'll take long to be adopted. Kira, the momma cat, is still recovering from being spayed so she will not be ready for adoption events until next weekend.
Belle - Belle, the FIV positive calico cat, has settled in to life in my bedroom, and she enjoys spending her days looking out the window, and her nights cuddled up with me. I had planned to take her to the adoption event today but somehow I
Target - White and brown mixed breed dog - Target is doing great - he's learned to walk well on a leash, is crate trained and is doing very well with house-training. He is very popular at adoption events, and I expect that he will soon be finding a home of his own.
Toby - Another white and brown mixed breed dog! - Toby is also doing great, and had a lot of fun at today's adoption event. He got some great new toys from the lady who was responsible for getting him into foster care, and he loved the new toys and all of the attention from the volunteers and customers at PetSmart.
Tulsa - Deaf Blue Heeler, went to her first All Paws adoption event and did much better than expected. She met and greeted several dogs without issue, and although she barked at dogs while in her crate, she was very good about not getting too excited when being held on leash.