The other day I posted on Adventures of Frugal Mom about how excited we were to have kittens at our house. We had adopted this stray cat that someone had thrown away, and we have made “Markie” a part of our family.
Although I enjoy a healthy debate on all of my blogs, I was devastated to see where someone commented that I needed to stop the pet overpopulation. First because of the ignorance of the response I was appalled. I could see if these kittens did not have homes and will be taken to the pound. But they aren’t they are in a loving home. And second as they commented without knowing me or my blogs. Anybody that reads any of my blogs knows how much we love our “fur babies.” We mourned the loss of Winnie just as we mourn the loss of people that we love. Her ornament is the first to go on our Christmas tree.
So these new little ones are in a loving home. I was offended when I was told to get our cat fixed to help control the pet population. Plans were already in the works, but we have to wait until her kittens are weaned before we can take her in.
I was appalled by the way someone could just judge without knowing the situation. I mean how would the commenter feel if someone had said to them why don’t you get “fixed” to control the human population?
Although I do believe our shelters are overrun with animals that are not wanted, these four little angels are wanted and loved. And will stay that way. Just look at their sweet faces. Now I would like to introduce you to the four newest members of our family, in the order that we met them.
and the last of the four kittens.
So tell me what do you think of all this cuteness?