Hi folks! First of all, thanks so much for zipping over to lend Dawn your support after she lost little Walden. She really appreciated it and is back to her spunky self again, lavishing love on Mavis, Emberly, Holden, Nashua and North.
I'm feeling like a terrible blogger. Again! Knee deep in year end closing and the fun (the close, the audit and all that... yeah, I'm a bean counter) will be going on through November. *sigh* But I'll try to slip in and let you know what's going on with our fosters. I'm getting in a few visits a day but, since I can't make the full rounds, I'm trying to keep up with everyone on Reader.
First of all, Sonia reports that Justice is still making progress, albeit slowly. Last week one of her males, Merlson, sneaked into Justice's digs and spent the night with him.... and NOTHING happened. This is very, very good! She's talking about leaving the door open when she can supervise and seeing how it goes. She's betting part of Justice being a bit cranky is that he's lonely.
I'm encouraging Amy and Ann to give us some more shots and stories on their fosters, K2 and Spanky (hey, they are busy, too!). But I do have enough for a Spanky post, so that will be coming this weekend!
And finally, I was just visiting the Cats of Wildcat Woods today and they've gone pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Since we're an all female household, we figured we could do no less. (It's just the General Population - Winnie, Annie, Bitty and Peggy Sue - and me right now - have I mentioned the house feels empty... LOL!). So we'll have occasional posts on Breast Cancer Awareness during October and the pink is here to remind folks all month long.