I was a special guest with the IThink Improv Troupe at the Elm Street Cultural Arts Village. I really enjoyed it and think that you should see one of their shows. My favorite part was being on stage and playing the games with them. The funniest part was when Joe and Deb explained the process of spaying and neutering starting with the letter J and using all the letters of the alphabet. Also, we collected a lot of cat food at the show that went to the Grey Project for feral cats and I sold some of my books.
This cat’s name is Ricky. He is gentle, kind and lets you pet him. He is very affectionate. His left ear is clipped, which usually means it is a feral cat that has been spayed or neutered. This cat has definitely never been feral though as he is very peaceful and calm. He would make a great house companion.
This dog’s name is Livie. She is 8 years old and is an owner surrender. She is a spaniel mix. You would want this dog because she is friendly and active. She has been in the shelter a very long time and deserves a home.
By Rob Macmillan of Rob’s Rescues. He’s a kid on a mission to help shelter animals get adopted. Animals profiled here are available at the Cherokee County Animal Shelter. RobsRescues@gmail.com
I live at Hidden falls trailer park and l was given your name as a possible source of help for feral cats in the park. I would really appreciate your help.