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Fostering the Drive



To say I have been busy is an understatement. I have a good excuse. Let me show you:

T'Challa and Shuri. Black Panther Litter 2018.

Ron, from the Harry Potter Litter. 2018

Oliver & Company Litter 2018. Oliver, Dodger and Jenny.

I have been fostering bottle baby kittens.

I struggled with many things in my life except this. Other than motherhood (which shocked me) I took to fostering right away. Long ago I wanted to travel the world, be a successful writer, and get rich off my crafty etsy side. I dabbled in some of those and quickly realized that I wasn't good at them. I never seemed to have the dedication or the drive to push me further. The will to keep going forward even on the hardest days. But, saving neonate kittens clicked with me. My soul stopped wandering. I no longer search for the legacy I will leave behind. I understand now that saving animals, especially cats has always been my calling.

I still have a long way to go in my journey but I will advocate for these little souls. I will fight to help them have the best start in life and I will learn everything I can as a feline behaviorist to campaign for the rights and lives of all cats and kittens (and all animals).

This will be the legacy I leave behind and I have already started...

Our children are the future and we teach by doing not saying.

I will have more blog posts in the near future. Please forgive the absence as I have been working round the clock since fostering and I am readjusting my schedule.

Bonnie

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