You remember the beginning of this story, right? It’s winter in Ohio. Three beautiful little girls born to a feral momma. One amazing rescuer trying to find them homes. Cinders moved to Florida (she got there yesterday!). Phoebe moved in with the rescuer (short trip, but well worth it!). Sushi was still waiting for her fur-ever home. Virginia posted this picture on December 23rd.
Deanna Kaye Kendall said “I am in love with that face.” It all took off from there! Now, think back…Deanna was visiting family in Kentucky. She had already helped out with the transportation of Tinker earlier in the week. She drove almost 300 miles to help Tinker get to his new home. It was time for some of that karma to come back to Deanna. (You HAVE to love karma!)
Yesterday morning (12/27), Virginia’s friend Chris picked little Miss Sushi Sassy Pants up in Akron and headed out to meet Deanna. Around 12:15pm we got this great update “I have the sweet lil miss sushi sassy pants in my car 🙂 she gave me kisses when I was transferring her from Chris’ cat carrier to mine. I am in absolute kitty LOVE!!! Thank you Virginia!!!” And she posted this picture
Deanna and Sushi headed back for Kentucky and then earlier today, they headed home. Just after 10pm, Deanna let us all know that she and Sushi were home safe. “Sushi is home safe…she is eating and getting to know Tank and Mysti. She’s not real crazy about the dogs bit hopefully she will warm up to them” Clearly a smart kitten – she knows already that kitties rule and dogs drool!!! (just kidding…sort of…we do hope that they will all get along soon enough!)
Now, Virginia had the cleverest of ideas – a way to keep all three sisters (and their new fur-ever families) connected. A facebook page dedicated to these three precious Christmas miracles. The page is called Sisters for Life. Check it out: http://www.facebook.com/groups/152819051482832/?ref=notif¬if_t=group_activity#!/pages/-Sisters-For-Life-/265286836865090?sk=wall&filter=12
So excited for all three babies and their families. And so grateful to all who were able to safely (and quickly) move these adorable little passengers through the Underground Railroad to their safe,warm and happy new homes!
Stay tuned for more updates. Don’t forget to check out our facebook page (link on the blog or click here: http://www.facebook.com/groups/152819051482832/?ref=notif¬if_t=group_activity#!/groups/152819051482832/
Approximate kitty miles traveled: 736