Cats in Inverness, FL need home
A couple of years ago, I was absolutely blasted on this board because I had my mother's cats euthanized after 4 years of enduring them spraying and destroying my house. I spent a fortune on medical testing and endured 4 1/2 years of being held hostage in my own home while I tried to resolve the problem without success. I finally ran completely out of support and options and, with my mother's blessing, helped the kitties go the bridge. Folks on this board were quick to judge me and blast me for not finding them another home. I knew of no one alive who would take cats that sprayed the stove, refrigerator, food processor, fireplace hearth and tools, bedskirts, walls, computers, etc. and peed in the kitchen sink, bathtubs, all over the floors/carpets, etc.
Now I have a situation and I am appealing to this board that absolutely guaranteed that if I had posted here then, I could have gotten help. Here's your chance.
A friend in Florida died suddenly in April and left her 3 kitties and 2 dogs behind. Her dogs were rehomed and I rehomed her 3 kitties in a home with no other pets and retired adopters who are long time friends of mine and whom I knew would be quiet and gentle with them as they adjusted to their new home. They have done beautifully and are happy and healthy. There are 2 females and 1 male.
Now for the bad news . . . the adopter just learned that her elderly mother from out of state is going to have to move in with her Labor Day weekend. Unfortunately, this lady is extremely allergic to cats so these 3 will have to endure yet another move.
I have no prospects whatsoever. I can't bear the thought that my friend's beloveds may end up in a shelter. I feel like I can't allow that to happen but I am in western NC with a houseful of sighthounds that can't be trusted around strange cats.
Is there really any help here for me?