Meet Pippi, he belongs to a friend of mine and is a rescue cat from Toronto Animal Services. I remember him from the shelter but this is the first time I have seen him since my friend
fostered adopted him…and you know how the story goes. I recently watched him overnight while she was away and thought there must be lots of cats that go to homes as fosters and end up staying. If you are going to fail at something this would be it.
If you can’t adopt please consider fostering a cat from your local animal shelter or rescue group. It’s a great alternative and if you do happen become a foster failure, don’t worry it’s a good thing 😉
Pawsome post, dude!
Too cute the photos!!! And you should add that to tummy rub tuesday 🙂
I missed it this week, but I can email you some photo’s for next week? Might be easier especially with the time difference?
Yes I can do that 🙂 just pop them in to firstname.lastname@example.org ^^
All three kitties in my house are foster failures. Mom has fostered hundreds of kitties and says it is a very rewarding experience.
That is so great! Thanks for helping so many cats on their way to forever homes 🙂
Pippi looks like he is a happy cat. I’m glad to hear that he found a good home.