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  1. Lisa A.
    April 9, 2018 @ 10:26 pm

    Victoria – I know I have already told you that you are my hero and you are the main reason I fostered my first litter last fall and had a lovely “rip my heart out” day to show for it (3 times since no one took all three which is exactly what they should have done to spare me three days of TEARS). You gave me all the info I needed to take the big leap and appreciated so much the time you took but I never mentioned that the group I decided to work with was TNR!!! It is all they do. I have had a sweet girl in my house for 3 months now that I was asked to see if I could “turn” her because she was “on the fence” as far as being feral. They took her kittens and adopted them out and had her spayed and she was only a kitten herself. Without boring you with paragraphs of details – you need to know that this cat who would never let me come near her unless I was on the floor eye level with her NOW stares me down if I have a book in my lap because it is in her way and she cannot make herself comfortable in my lap with a book there!!! Took a very long time and more patience than most people might have but this cat is quite possibly a foster FAIL. I just want you to know that YOU make a difference and I cannot thank you enough for pushing me off that ledge!!

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  2. Lisa Kay Fletcher
    April 9, 2018 @ 11:19 pm

    Thank you!! You are making a difference-and entertaining your fans. 😸

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  3. Barb
    April 10, 2018 @ 9:12 am

    I’ve been able to resist the power of FLUFFYOMGTOOCUTECUDDLEMOSTERS and adopt adult cats. I live my kitten love through you and your fosters! We too have a feral that we call our “outside cat”. She just showed up in our horse barn one winter and we started leaving food out for her. After 3 years we still can’t get near her. We’ve made a little progress, she no longer runs away when she sees a person and we see her watching us from high perches in the hay barn.

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  4. Ann-Marie Lindner
    April 10, 2018 @ 11:13 am

    Speaking of cats….Freddy Mercury with is own version of the cat shirt. “Theses Are The Day’s Of Our Lives”

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    • Lisa A.
      April 10, 2018 @ 12:36 pm

      OMG! This made my day…the GREAT Freddie Mercury/cat lover!!

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  5. Linda Hale
    April 10, 2018 @ 11:35 am

    I have been curious. When you foster a cat do you have to find homes for them by yourself? I think you have such a big heart to foster the cats that you do, but I don’t know how you give them up to others. There so many cats and dogs that need loving homes. God bless you for your big soft loving heart.

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  6. Rochelle
    April 10, 2018 @ 8:14 pm

    I love your dedication to the animals. I always adopt the older cats from the shelter because of the kitten energy that is difficult to deal with (but so cute). Since I can’t adopt all animals that are in need, I’ve taken to sponsoring various animals for adoption and donating to the medical care of treatment for some at various shelters who otherwise would be euthanized because of their condition.

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  7. Valerie Klobe
    April 10, 2018 @ 11:42 pm

    You are wonderful and inspirational 💕

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  8. Patti
    April 11, 2018 @ 12:36 pm

    Unfortunately, our barn cats lose the battle to coyotes on a frequent basis. Other farmers in the area are in the same predicament. Our lone tomcat must wage battle on the rodent population all by himself. And he is an excellent mouser. He disappears from time to time to visit his girlfriends and hopefully create the next generation of mousers. Shelters won’t adopt if you are going to put them outside and even Barn Cat Rescue won’t adopt to me because I live on a busy road. I can either get replacements from other farmers or craigslist. I hope no one traps my boy, he needs to pass those hunting genes on to the next generation.

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  9. Leah Johnson
    April 12, 2018 @ 12:51 pm

    Not cat related question—how do you get those lovely curls in your hair?? Naturally or with curlers or an iron? I love them!

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