Mom n' Mooshoo socialize. He likes to snuffle ears.The project:
Help medicate and socialize with a kitty Mom is fostering during our stay in Washington.
It only takes a couple of minutes to hold the kitty while Mom gives him his drops. No big deal. Wiping a kitty's dripping eyes and oozing nose takes seconds, and is probably among the most disgusting things I can think of...strangely. And socializing the kitty - it's a cinch with Mooshoo.
Whenever they're in Washington, Mom n' Doug foster kitties from the local no-kill shelter. The shelter, now knowing them, usually gives them the bottom of the barrel - unsocial kitties, frightened or shy kitties, or sick kitties; basically, kitties who need extra love and care that is hard to provide in a kennel/shelter situation.
When we visit, we're just along for the ride on this fostering program, but the girls and I enjoy the extra furry company - particularly when they're as friendly and playful as this boy turned out to be once he could see and breathe again.