This morning, I am transporting 5 feral cats that our organization trapped and am taking them to the low cost spay and neuter clinic. The colony caregiver set out the traps yesterday and successfully trapped five of her six cats that she feeds. She has one more male that we still have to trap, but 5 out of 6 is pretty good.
The clinic has a package deal with us. They will sterilize, vaccinate, ear-tip and microchip the cats for $50 each. Currently, our County Commissioners have funded a rebate account that will allow county residents to receive a $50 refund for each cat. It's a great deal for the cats and the colony caregivers.
I will continue to actively help with TNR (Trap, Neuter and Return) until I go back to work, or find another job. While I have been home recuperating from the knee surgeries, I have been following up on phone calls asking for TNR help. There are sooooo many feral cats out there and it is now kitten season. Seriously, the calls lately have been from individuals that their feral cat just had five kittens....multiply that time about 5 calls a day. That is a lot of cats.
1. Follow through with financial planner investigation.
eekly shopping at Aldi's
3. Weekly menu planning. Who am I kidding, I wing it daily.
Swap vehicles with my daughter. I am transporting trapped feral cats to get fixed and then delivering them back to their care givers.
5 . Back hedges, still need to start them.
6. Continue to organize paperwork related to finances. (started this)
Reschedule dental appt.
Call for refills of meds.
C all and reset charge card password
10. Investigate rewards CC's
Still working on my weekly list. Today will be a lot of driving transporting cats to and from the clinic and back to their home. We are meeting with the PetSmart manager and the new manager of the shelter to talk about the shelter becoming adoption partners with PetSmart. Currently, we are adoption partners with PetSmart and it has its benefits for our organization. With those benefits, comes a lot of work and coordinating successful adoption events.
Hoping to get to Aldi's today to pick up a few things. Tonight, we are having breakfast for dinner. Eggs, grits and bacon. One of our favorites.
How is your day looking? Do you have a list that keeps you organized?