When Erin at the Warrenton Animal Control called and asked if I could take a mom and her three babies who didn't have their eyes open yet, I couldn't say no - especially when she told me mom was a gray tabby and the babies were white.
Well, according to my cat ID book, mom is a silver classic tabby (with a bit a tan here and there, and some spots) and the hairs are tipped (lighter at the ends). The classic tabby has the swirl on each side. She is truly a stunning cat. And very friendly, too.
I can't help but wonder if a little girl is crying and missing her beloved cat. Is a family wondering what happened to their pet? Then, I can't help but wonder why the hell they would let the cat outside in the first place!!! And not have her spayed! If if wasn't for stupid people, I wouldn't have a job. But, I'm not going to preach about it. Time to make the evening rounds. It takes a lot longer to scoop, feed and play when kittens are involved. Do I have a great life, or what? Remind me I said this when I've got 8 or 10 on meds for colds and diarrhea.