Orphaned at only a couple days old, we found Moses shortly after his mother was killed. He's noisy, adorable, and his survival is a miracle. This is his story. (Start at the oldest post to read his story from the beginning)
Moses MiddleName LastName get your butt down from there! Do you want to fall and break your neck!?! I'm not going to take you to the vet. I'll just let you suffer. Now get down from there!PS: This is an excerpt from the speech that my Mom would give Moses if she saw him climbing up the door screen.
Your story and little Moses has made its way all around by now! I read on ABCNews today. So happy to hear that you are taking care of this sweet baby...it shows there are still kind-hearted people in this world. Congratulations to Mark and Bobbi on your wedding!
I applaud you for your efforts! As a owner of three formally feral cats - Mia,rescued from the jaws of a territorial german shepherd, Miss Kitty, who survived some unusually cold Texas winters (23 degrees) before she accepted and adopted us. Isaac 5-6 six weeks, who sat out in the middle of the road crying at sunset and I brought you home (John- I couldn't leave him, he would be run over). He is my big beautiful boy! Thank you Lilly (adopted from a friend) for being so accepting of all these additions to our family. We have been assisting in the spay and neuter of numerous feral cats. Found a home for two feral kittens (Cheech and Chong), fosters for three 2 day old kittens. And now, just like you, two four week old kittens, that lost their mom a week before I was able to capture them both.
What a little monkey. He is just so cute! So great of you to take good care of him. Hope you post more updates and videos!!!
He looks like he's getting so big! What an adorable baby. Good for you for taking such good care of him and for documenting his life so we can all share in it. I lost my own baby, an older stray named Moses, in January from heart failure, and it is so uplifting to see that another Moses is happy and healthy and being loved by a wonderful family.
Hey! check out my blog about my kittens born today. Inspired by moses the cat! http://mothercharlie.blogspot.co.uk/
What ever happened to the kitten that was taken to the shelter after the neighbor found it in the ditch when the mother was hit?
More Moses please!
Moses, you are just the cutest "trouble in a fur coat!"
Moses, you are just the cutest "trouble in a fur coat!"I fostered and bottlefed two two-week-old babies three years ago and "failed" with one. He's with me still. You're a very lucky little man. Kisses on your little nose.
I can has more Moses?