As drywall and concrete board continues to go up, electrical wires are pulled and supply line plumbing is soldered in place the New Shelter is basically becoming a maze. My deputies report to me that there is so much progress being made and so many changes that it is really quite incredible.
First you will note that new parking has gone in for my many adoring fans. This will insure a steady stream of pats on the head and chin rubs between naps. I am sure there will be enough left over love from my fans to supply the same to puppies, dogs, other cats and kittens waiting at the New Shelter for adoption. The photography team is getting quite good at their craft and will work on my Portrait portfolio in the not to distant future I presume. (Still need to locate a Sheriff’s Star and Cowboy hat – Tom Mix style or Paladin?)
Back to the New Shelter Stuff – Shelter staff and the El Dorado Watch Animal Lost and Found folks are still collecting funds at the shelter including that noisy spare change. They told me I will just have to put up with the noise for a while. I have acquiesced. —- My deputies have been instructed to continue to look for new places for the little tykes (kittens) to explore up in the duct work. Check out this really tall ladder. I think they would like to climb that, don’t you? Anyway there are lots of pictures to look at. I hope you enjoy my Deputy’s work.
Don’t forget that funds donated to the Shade Sails for the New Shelter are being matched $1 for $1 until July 11th only. The goal for the Shade Sails is $30,000. We still need $7000 in donations to reach it.
Some great people, who wish to remain anonymous, have provided funding for some of my Lovely Lady Friends at the Shelter to be adopted. I have included some of their pictures. I will miss them but at least I have some nice pictures to remember them by.
You know how well black goes with everything, right? Well there are some awesome kittens due in next week. They are named after a Rugby Team – The New Zealand All Blacks under 20 team. Word has it that they purr an awful lot, so I don’t really want them at the shelter too long – that could interfere with my Handsome Sleep, which is just not acceptable. Pictures and more next post.
To close out I have more pictures and info on the New Shelter Construction. A crane was needed to move out the old air conditioner units (Thanks for the pics Tim), wall board is still going in all over the place turning what used to be one big room with a bunch of metal studs into a bunch of smaller rooms and creating the Maze or Labyrinth I was referring to.
Til Next Time – Meowza!