Monday, September 08, 2008

Hallelujah!

This morning I trapped the last two of the feral kittens. I'm considering this an act of direct divine intervention. Last night (after three separate and futile trips to the office during the day to try and trap the damn things) I had a pretty despairing conversation with the Big Guy. "Why do you put these helpless creatures in my path if you're not going to let me help them? If I'm willing to use my limited time, energy and money to rescue them, why can't you nudge them into the damn trap for me?!" Consider them nudged, I guess.

I have an appointment next week to spay Lil' Mama, and I hope that largely puts me out of the cat rescue business for a while, at least. (Well, I still hope to find her a better home than a box in the parking lot, but...one thing at a time.)

8 comments:

Sauntering Soul said...

I think God has a special place saved for you in heaven. You are a good person! My cat is a stray but she's the only one I've taken in.

3carnations said...

Your prayer was answered! :)

Do good things also come in threes? This could be a great week for you! :)

flurrious said...

Heh. Look at you, getting all bossy with the Lord. The kitties are lucky to have you to look out for them.

gorillabuns said...

you know, you really ARE a good person.

nancypearlwannabe said...

I have a feeling that somehow you will end up finding more animals that need rescuing. But you're so good at it!

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metalia said...

You are such a good person, and an awesome one, too, for naming one of the feral kittens Lil' Mama. She can now become a rapper!

Stinkypaw said...

Yay! You go Liz! You did good... again! ;-)