Taking care of foster kittens with ringworm

Black mewmews

Black mewmews at the vet. Ringworm was evident with the balding chest area on the fuzzy kitten and minor hair loss on the face and crusts above the nose. July 31, 2016.

My first foray into fostering kittens in August 2016 was through Save a Kitten (SAK), a campaign by San Jose Animal Advocates in partnership with the City of San Jose Animal Care and Services (SJACS). During kitten season (approximately April to October), kittens that need around-the-clock care are often at high risk of euthanasia. Kittens at risk that need to be fostered usually have medical or behavior issues such as antisocial behavior, fur loss, eating disorders, eye discharge, upper respiratory infections, and bottle-feeding. (more…)

Mimi in the Traveling Bunny Dress

Mimi laying in the pink dress

Not amused, is he?

One of the latest bunny community projects I’ve been involved in is the bunnyhood of traveling dress. Unfortunately, I haven’t managed to stuff any of the bunnies yet in it, but I dressed Mimi up in the meantime so I had something to write about since I’ve had the dress for half a week now. 😛

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