Popps relaxing last night and listening to the upstairs neighbor singing a raga.
Last night Popps got her kitchen back at night. She was relived and ran quickly to the kitchen when it was time for her night snack. At about 9 I went to see if she was okay and saw that she was sitting on the rug, relaxed and quiet. I suppose she was very happy to get her sleeping quarters back.
It was a little hot yesterday at the Tanjung Pagar railway station. The event began at 11 am and stopped at 3 pm for the senior cats. He was a little stressed as this was the first time he had gone to something like this. Because he was a little frightened we had to put him in a cage a little hidden from view but later we opened the towel that covered his cage and he acted very well. He allowed the onlookers to look at him and did not protest when they touched his fur. When it was too much , he moved away from them quietly.
As the mediators said it may not be the best for him to be released back to the carpark, we had found him a place that he can be boarded. There he would be taught to use the litter as well and can learn to socialize with other cats. Although he is social already and has a good buddy at the carpark, many people asked if he is friendly as of course cat people would have more than one cat and a few asked if the cats there use the litter as well.
There was no potential adopter for him yesterday but he is going for another event in a month.
We are all very well here and are thankful for that. We send good thoughts for Jeffrey at the boarding facility.