Snaggle Finds a Home – AKA The System Works
I hope you all read my recent blog on Fierce And Nerdy about volunteering and falling in love at a local animal shelter. Good times…
One of the stars of that blog was Snaggle, a 10-yr old orange tabby, who is overwhelmingly lovable. We skipped last weekend at the shelter, because we were out of town. This morning when we went in, the Feline FIV+ cage was quieter than usual. My husband said “Where is Snaggle?” So I walked back to the big “Adoptions!” white board. Sure enough, his name was up there. Snaggle had found a home.
This is great news! He was/is an amazing cat who deserves a consistent lap and play and family. One of the workers said he was taken in by a couple who have experience dealing with FIV+ cats. So congrats Snaggle.
The news made me happy and sad all in the same moment. I’ll miss seeing that rambunctious little rascal every weekend. The other FIV cats seemed a little subdued too, he was a good playmate. It’s so rewarding to see that this actually works, that people come in and pass inspection and give these animals a good home. Snaggle’s name was about 4th from the bottom of a list of about 25 cats. The dog adoption board had about the same number of adoptions for the month of May. All very good news for pets and peoples.
So Mazel Tov Snaggle! I’ll miss you, in a very happy-for-you way.