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We\\\'re Getting Neutered On Thursday!
Foster Mommy called the humane society about bringing us back for adoption. We will turn 8 weeks old on Wednesday and Foster Mommy knew that our return date was set for Thursday, July 5.
The Coordinator asked if we are \'big,\' and Foster Mommy said, yes, we are good sized and healthy for our age. Then the Coordinator told Foster Mommy that they are trying to start spaying and neutering as many kittens as they can before adoption. Foster Mommy thinks that is a great idea, because so many humans do not follow through on that stuff. So, we are all set to become truly \'big boys\' on Thursday and will, hopefully, be adopted to forever homes by Friday.
Our Mommy, Bailey, will stay with Foster Mommy for a few days after we leave. The coordinator said her \'milk needs to dry up\' (Foster Mommy knows what that means, but we don\'t) but that if Foster Mommy could keep her until her spaying it would be VERY helpful because the shelter is so full...and there are sick cats she would be exposed to while she was waiting in a cage for her spaying.
We are scared but excited. And we hope our Mommy doesn\'t miss us too much when we leave...but Foster Mommy will try to give her extra attention.