wee3beasties

wee3beasties

Posted on 08/09/2013


Photo taken on August  8, 2013


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This young beauty was part of an effort to control the population of strays in the shed on a farm property. I took her photo initially over with a group that was curious but cautious. Then here again after she had separated from the group. I took this photo then walked up to her and pet her. The young beauty began to purr and allowed me to pick her up and carry her over to a carrier. Apparently farm kids handled her when she was younger. Which is a good thing as this girl has a messe up mouth. We'll see what the vet has to say today (she's being spayed). She certainly won't be going back out to fend for herself. I'm hoping someone somewhere will fall in love with her mug.

Out of twelve cats (nine females, three males), ten were big enough to be neutered/spayed (wo girls are less than two pounds). Most are feral or at least semi-feral with strong feral tendencies. However, we will take the momma with her two remaining kittens into our care as well as this youngster (pictured) and *possibly* her brother. A final assessment will take place tonight as I have to return felines to the shed.

Taken in the dark shed. I plan to get many more photos of her over the days ahead.

[SOOC, f/1.4, ISO 3200, shutter speed 1/200, +1/3 EV]

forever is a long time, Cats 99, SunStones have particularly liked this photo


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SunStones
SunStones
oh boy, how can it be? I've fallen in love with her immediately!!!!
I hope her mouth can be fixed.....
4 years ago.
Cats 99
Cats 99
Poor young girl! I'm glad she's friendly and that she can be saved from that farm! I do hope the vets can fix her mouth! Thank you for helping these cats, Jean! I know this will be a big expense and it was a lot of work for you and probably some heartache, particularly for the ones you have to put back.
4 years ago.
Rasp153
Rasp153
Welcome! im looking forward to seeing her blossom in your care! I hope she hasn't been too uncomfortable with her mouth issues. There are always so many to help. Thank you for all you are doing! Their lives will be forever changed because of you!
4 years ago.