Run right over and check out Jane's post today. The surviving babies and mommas are doing so much better... I heard from Auntie Nancy today that Nannie Alice has her hands full already during the day trying to keep the little furballs from being too naughty!
Also, Jane was persuaded to post information on how to make a memorial contribution to Homeward Trails for her precious babies who have passed to Rainbow Bridge (by all of us who would like to send some green papers to help with the considerable expenses of coping with an outbreak of parvovirus like this).
And she concluded in her post, "Another tangible memorial to our sweet kitty angels would be to make certain that all domestic pets in your care, in your communities, and in our greater shared community are vaccinated against the host of common, preventable diseases such as parvovirus that affected Kittenpalooza."
Yep, that's our wonderful superbrood mom! Thinking as much about our babies as her own!
Catching Up With Jasper, Kona and Doc Phyllis
Yay!!! Doc Phyllis sent us some terrific pics of Kona and Jasper. I have got to get over there to visit soon (maybe when I drop off Kayla and Zimmer after their visit in June). I just love the first pic into to laptop cam! :-)
Says Phyllis, "
Late Breaking Addition-
Most Excellent News!!!
Go and celebrate with kittykye!!! After the agonies of discovering her darling Wesley and L had cerebellar hypoplasia and would be disabled for life, a wonderful lady named Ann stepped forward and offered to fold these sweet babies into her furfamily.