The little black and white kitty glowering at the camera is Halo. Was Halo. She went to the Rainbow Bridge on June 2, 2015, but she still has an I’m The Funny Elf Matching Family Group Christmas Shirt to tell about herself, about her rescuer and about why we do what we do. Halo was the last surviving member of a feral colony. The colony had been sterilized years earlier and one by one they died over time. That is the way the works the colony cannot reproduce so over time it disappears. That’s a good thing much better than trap-and-kill which was the old model for dealing with stray, not-tame cats.
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Two days before Peggy’s scheduled departure she was distraught. She was put in touch with us, and I’m The Funny Elf Matching Family Group Christmas Shirt was joined by a rescuer who had a drop trap and presto. Halo was captured. Halo came to stay with us while Peggy got settled in her new home. But it took longer for Peggy than she anticipated, and Halo was an older cat, so with one thing and another, getting her back to the east coast was going to be more stress than we thought she needed. We all agreed she would stay with us as a sanctuary resident.
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Over the years, it was such a joy to watch these three senior citizens, previously strangers, become best friends. Mutual baths and I’m The Funny Elf Matching Family Group Christmas Shirt in the sun were daily activities, with Halo asserting herself as the boss of the boys. Most people don’t realize cats are a matriarchal society, but clearly, Halo had read the book. She loved them but was not above a sharp smack if they got too rambunctious. And, they loved her right back. Years later Halo died peacefully of age-related kidney failure. She never warmed up to be a lap cat. She voted to stay a cat to the end and, really, her vote is the only one that mattered.