We go from one issue into the
next. Pulling Tutter out of lameness and watching Elijah go in. both
boys have vet appointments on Monday. I am so worried about El. We
wanted his legs to last much longer than this, but having been through a
serious injury during his time abandoned on Spaulding Pond's rocky
shores and a subsequent raccoon attack in his adoptive home before
coming back to us...well, they all have taken their toll. I'm hoping our
vet will have options. In the meantime, I am losing sleep.
We have had wonderful support for
Tutter's treatments and vet appointments, which has truly helped our
funds. We just purchased $350 worth of Mazuri grain to get us through
the next 8 weeks. we need to buy hay this weekend and then I think we
are set on supplies for a while.
Joker & riddles are going to be
adopted out tomorrow morning. they have been here so long, those funny
little guys. It is wonderful to see them going in to a new home, but
also so very depressing. I am going to miss those little guys.
Most families send email us for a
while with photographs and then slowly lose touch. We understand
everyone's lives are busy and know we have to let go, but it is one of
the most difficult parts of rescuing. I always think about them and
wonder how they are... and smile... my babies... every one of them.
I wish I had a million dollars and
could keep them all.