I arrived with a golf bag in tow, courtesy of my Dad, another contribution to the yard sale which will take place next Saturday. Libby and I have our names down to help out on this day too. The cleaning will need to be completed earlier so that all the jobs are out of the way ready for the sale to start at 11am.
Libby wasn't well today, so I washed trays with Alex, another volunteer, who is a student at Sheffield Uni. Once the trays were finished I was off to take care of Holding. I'd just got started when Emma told me she was about to feed the kittens she's been hand rearing. More importantly, they now have names!! George, Grace and Gabrielle. I have my own George at home, so I very much approve of this :)
|Looking much bigger now|
|Much more mobile!|
|Look at those ears!|
|Kits new babies :)|
|Kit loves a fuss|
Finally I helped out a little when Cindy was brought out of Holding and re-united in one of the main rooms, with her previous mate Dexter.
I can never understand why people can be so cruel. I spent a while in the room with them and they both adore attention, I know they will soon find a new and loving home. They certainly deserve it.
|Dexter rolling around :)|