Stopped in Winnemucca, Nevada today to take on more supplies, kitty litter, some treats and the like.
I know MA said she had one that she could give me, but I bought a HEPA air filter for the truck because the cat hair flying around was getting a little overwhelming. Nothing like opening the truck door and seeing cat hair flying in all directions!
For SpoonersMom, I got Zoey from a group called Cat Rescue, Inc in Chesapeake, Virginia. I had looked at a true calico kitten but didn't act fast enough, so a few weeks later, oblivious to my wife's objections, I adopted my Zo-Zo.
I liked the group so much, I built a website for them that has a lot of whistles, bells and features that their old site was painfully lacking. It began as a project and soon became a labor of love and although I'm not compleatly
finished with it, I'm rightly proud of everything it offers visitors and all the features it does have.
Zoey's called a "Tortie" but if you look at her underside, she looks like a calico and very rarely would you ever see one that's a male, something to do with the chromozones.
She's an "Alpha" and she likes to have it her way every time, all the time.
But I have done a lot of writing about her here on TCS, She's got her own page here and over on www.asphaltadventures.com
if you go to asphalt adventures, on the first page there is a little "new" icon that will take you to Bari's page.
I hade things for the school kids on Asphalt Adventures and have contests and stuff for them.
4 of my 5 cats were all adopted from shelters or rescue groups and as long as there are homeless cats, I won't pay a breeder for adding to the pet overpopulatiuon problem.
Just my NTBHO