Yesterday, the head peep drove a transport for the Cute Transport Network. 21 kitties from the streets and shelters of south Florida are making their way north to rescue programs who will find them wonderful forever homes.
How do you get 21 kitties into a catmobile?
With the back seat down so that they can ride in the rear hatchback! One carrier rode in the passenger seat, and we could easily have fit one more in back.
Here are some of the faces of the lucky kitties who are headed north to find new forever homes. Thomas and Belle were just spayed and neutered the day before, but they were ready to party.
Look at that Siamese face! This kitten and siblings were rescued from a Craigslist ad in Miami.
This photo was taken from the front seat, so it’s blurry, but we wanted to include it because one of these black kitties was so bold, he hissed at the head peep when she picked up the carrier. You tell her, buddy!
This carrier was full of quiet, well-behaved kitties who started out life on a Florida horse ranch and are going to find posh new homes up north.
These three little faces were intent because the head peep was part of the mid-transport snack stop. They could smell that food the moment the bag was opened!
This was the first time that the head peep drove kitties who were too young to “hold it” all day. These guys made a bit of a mess. These little faces are saying, “Who, us?” Yeah, you kittens!
The head peep says she feels lucky to have spent a few hours with these kitties on their way to to their futures.
She also said that she felt lucky to get home to us so she didn’t have to deal with any more kitten energy. Remember you said that when we get the 3 AM zoomies, OK?