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Meet The Fosters, part III

OK, these boys wriggle like a bunch of wiggle worms whenever I go near them with a camera, so it's been hard to get some decent photos, but these should do. The SPCA named them Edger, Allan, and Renford, but I decided there's no way in hell I'm calling the third one anything other than Poe. How could you not?

Anyway, they're darlings; social, playful, and very high energy. There's an 8-ounce weight range between the smallest and the biggest, so at least one will go back to the SPCA for adoption before the others, but we'll see how it goes.

Here's Edgar and Poe. Edgar is the black one:

And here's Allan! He's the runt of the litter and Scott's favorite:

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Comments (2)

Thanx for visiting.

Your kitties are adorable! I really respect anyone that can foster, must be hard to give up something that cute!

fiat lux:

If we had not spend a lot of time working the adoption rooms at the SPCA before becoming a foster family, I agree, it would have been very hard.

But after working with a couple hundred kittens over the last few years, you learn how to love them, but not so much that you can't let them go. Which is not to say that's it's not hard, and that we're not sad when we give back a set of fosters. It is, and we are.

But even though San Francisco's shelters have done great work in reducing the number of animals that come throuigh the shelters, there's still new animals coming in daily. There's lots of people out there willing to give one or two adoptable animals a home. There's not a lot of people willing and able to be foster families. We're more help as the latter than the former.

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