Over the past few weeks I’ve been giving a lot of thought to the things I do. Those who know me will be aware that I have struggled with health issues for many years, and those who don’t may have picked up a few clues along the way. I’ve had to take the difficult decision to stop fostering cats as I find the extra work it creates is not conducive to successfully managing my illness.
After two years and nineteen foster cats, it’s been an honour and a privilege to have been a part of the life journey of these beautiful, loving creatures and to have helped some of them to break free from awful situations. It’s been incredibly rewarding to see them settled and happy in new homes, and I’ve met some lovely, generous people on the way.
As there’s to be no more foster cats, there will be no more blog. But fear not; the blog will remain online so the stories already there will remain accessible to all.
I would like to thank all those who have read or subscribed to this blog, and those who have supported me during the last two years. I particularly want to thank Daphne and Angie of Peterborough Cat Rescue for bringing me the cats on a regular basis and putting their trust in me. And to my fellow cat fosterers, thank you for the love and commitment that you give to the cats, you are doing an amazing job. Thank you, too, for your friendship, both on- and off-line. I will always remain a supporter of Peterborough Cat Rescue and a crazy cat lady. And thank you too, to all those who have given a cat a permanent, happy home. You are wonderful!
Finally, it just remains for me to say:-
PEOPLE! PLEASE NEUTER YOUR CATS! 😉