Tonight I attended the Luminary Ceremony celebrating a successful Operation Silent Night. Richmond Animal League started Operation Silent Night 8 years ago, and every year around this time they clear the shelter – that means every dog and cat has a home whether foster or adoptive. Continue reading “An empty shelter, filled with light.”
We’ve been back from our trip to Texas for a few days now, so when I received the email that Richmond Animal League needed foster homes for several cats and kittens, I signed us right up!
Saturday morning after PiYo I headed over to the shelter to pick up these three cuties. Continue reading “Meet Yasmin, Graham, and Ryan”
It’s nearing time for Spice and Clove to find their forever homes as they were just spayed on Monday. This Friday they’ll go to the shelter (Richmond Animal League) for the opportunity to be adopted.Continue reading “Have a Happy Life Clove & Spice”
Warning: You probably cannot handle this cuteness.
About 2 days after arriving back home after a long trip to Orlando for our company’s Grand Meeutp and a short trip to Dallas for the Taylor Swift Reputation tour (I had snake pit tickets), a request from Richmond Animal League went out for a foster home for 2 little kittens. I jumped at the opportunity since it’s been several weeks since Squash (my terminally ill foster kitten) passed away and it was time for some happiness regarding kittens again. I still greatly miss that sweet boy whose life was so tragically short, but in his memory I’ll continue to foster as I have. Continue reading “Introducing Spice & Clove”
On August 20, 2018 I picked up my newest foster from Richmond Animal League, but this foster situation was a little different from all of my previous fosters over the years. His name was Squash and he was a 4-month-old kitten with FIP, which means his days were numbered. If you’re not familiar with FIP, check out this article(he had the wet form of FIP). Continue reading “Rest in Peace Squash”