Mom of teens, chihuahuas, cats and a cockatiel. First came the chis after having cats in previous decades. I prefer my chis but my kids brought in strays one by one; then the last one was a small kitten found under a neighboring house with her tail cut off. Over the past few years, the kittens and cats have really grown on me. We had a lot of strays and not much help in the area we lived in FL. Our vet, with a lot of volunteers, has housed about 4 different small surviving litters that were collected in the neighborhood with a few exceptions to some that weren't really adoptable due to capacity or health. Those cuties stayed with us. Owners changed in years past, not enough spaying despite what we could do and kept revolving (probably still doing the same since we left).
First thought coming here was only for a problem we are having that the vet really hasn't come up with solutions for we can use. Last ditch effort. It's behavior from some special needs concerns. Hopefully, after intro, I can get some feedback.
Our farm is out of the box and rarely peaceful; never organized but well-kept up. Our furrbabies come first to hubby and I (kids come second some days in both gratifying our de-stress level and favorite status; no lies). But proud of both equally and we all work as a team to put them first. We moved recently with our 'fur-family' for a larger yard and larger home with a couple different rooms set up to give dogs and cats (and our cockatiel) the space they need. Almost done but we think everyone is happy now with two playpens (which our cats love actually), gates, cat doors, 12 pet beds, 4 kitty litters and condos surrounding the cat room. Sunroom for the cockatiel
. We have schedules for the family and truly live for all the different personalities and quirks that make up our home (not including the teens...).
Sorry, still learning tech age and not able to get pics uploaded right but will enlist the help of my son when I can catch him. Hope you have a nice day.