Meet Mr. Biggelsworth
We got a new addition to the family.
On Nov.13th one of the guys from our shop called and said that he found a tiny, wet kitten. DH and I went to see what we could do. Our guy had wrapped the kitten in some clean rags but he was still very cold and cried when touched. I didn't think I could help him. He was just too tiny, didn't even know if he would be able to eat solid food. We decided to take him to the Animal Rescue League to see what they would say. DH asked if they would notify us if he survived and she said that they don't give out any information once you relinquish an animal. But if we were interested in adopting him she would take our name. Surprisingly DH said yes. He had grumbled all the way there that we could not have a fourth cat. They called the vet on duty to see what she thought his chances were. By this time the kitten wasn't even crying anymore and completely unresponsive. The said that she thought the kindest thing would be to put him down. Sadly I handed him over.
Fast forward to today. The phone rings and it is the ARL. The kitten you dropped off id ready to be adopted.
So here he is, 8 weeks old and named by our 17 year old son.