SQUEE! Or: Meet my writing companions this week!

Writing with cats, right?

I foster cats for a high kill (public intake, no choice, therefore, please don’t bash my shelter in the comments) shelter in Philadelphia. I LOVE what I do. I LOVE it. I have never felt more fulfilled as a human being as when I foster. Seriously. You all should consider fostering for your local rescue/shelter. It’s bundles of fun.

Today, I brought home a cat and her kittens. They were on bite hold because the cat’s former owner tried to handle the kittens right after birth and mom cat wasn’t such a fan. The shelter had no space for them, so I took them home (frees up a cage, and they were destined for euthanasia, and I’m kinda known for taking bite cases and behavior issue cats).

They’re in my air-conditioned spare room that’s super sunny, and where I intend on writing a lot this week during the heat wave. So, this week, I’m writing with Brigette (mom cat), Henrietta (white and tabby girl), and Georgiana (dark tabby girl). I named them. You don’t even want to know what their names were before.

Meet my writing companions this week!

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6 thoughts on “SQUEE! Or: Meet my writing companions this week!

  1. So cute! You’re so great for taking them in. I wish I could foster but we have too many cats already. It’s one of the things I’m most looking forward to about getting my own place.

  2. They’re absolutely adorable! So cute! I wish we could foster cats, but seeing that everyone in the household is allergic to cats besides me we can’t. But those cats are so darn cute:) Also the name Henrietta is one of my favorites!

  3. How ADORABLE! You’re doing a great thing. (My baby girl was a rescue. I can’t imagine my world without her or the friends who fostered her first)

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