With the Thanksgiving holiday approaching I’ve been listening to my human coworkers talking about being thankful for all sorts of things.
I, on the other hand, didn’t think I had all that much to be thankful for. Especially after being dressed up in a fish head costume for Halloween and having the pictures posted all over facebook and all kinds of people hitting the like-button. Very humiliating.
And then winter hit, and with the freezing temperatures my memories of being a homeless stray cat returned. And I realized that I’m actually pretty lucky to have a place to call home. And to be fed (although the talk about putting me on a diet is rather upsetting – especially with the holidays coming and my co-workers planning potluck lunches). And to have a blanket-covered chair, and a basket with a pillow, and several beds in the office and the cat ward to keep me cozy.
I guess, while I have it made this winter, there are all these stray cats out there that don’t have a warm place to curl up in.
So, if you are one of the wonderful people feeding one or more feral cats, and you are wondering how to make them comfortable in the cold, here’s a way to make an inexpensive cat shelter:
If you’re interested we posted a few more winter/holiday tips on our “good to know” pinterest board (http://www.pinterest.com/AmbAnHosp/).
So keep yourself and all your furry friends cozy and most importantly