Looks like Best Friends has a spay/neuter clinic in South Ogden. Only $10 cat s/n! Could be a good resource. https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=11161638The boss wants the dark one. I'm arguing we already have 2 indoor cats and don't need a third. Not to mention she wants a lap cat like Cosette was (neither of our present ones like that idea) and there's no guarantee you'd get one. I wouldn't mind another working cat, but there's no guarantee it wouldn't get so spoiled by The boss/Talia it would ever be a decent mouser. That said, Mystery has a decent graveyard of birds/rats out near my shed, so it would have a good teacher.
(growing up on the farm, we had pets inside, and working animals outside.)
Oh, she'll be fixed at my vet as soon as these are weened. Would have earlier if I hadn't thought it done already. They already had me sign up as her caregiver to take her in as part of the community cat program to begin with (it runs through the animal control officer I talked to when taking the previous kitten in to these folks), so, I think they are the ones pocketing the money, cropping the ear, and not doing the spaying. Or someone on staff did.Looks like Best Friends has a spay/neuter clinic in South Ogden. Only $10 cat s/n! Could be a good resource. https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=11161638
Having lived in an area with lots of free roaming cats, my motto is "if you feed them, you fix them". And I've fixed dozens Looks like Mystery really lucked out - great story! Enjoy those little cuties!
I've seen both. Our Indy was born and raised with humans and thinks he IS one. As in, if one of the kids isn't home for dinner, he'll sit in the chair and want a plate. I have him leash trained, even, so he's been outside in a limited fashion with supervision, but doesn't want to be out unless people are there with him.Mousing has been beneath every cat I've ever had. LOL