Lauren Grant's Coordinator Report for Thursday, 2/15/2018
Oh Boy, it was flea meds day!
It took awhile to get all of the meds ready, so we didn't get out to feed until later than normal. Though many cats took some extra effort, a lot of them took most of their flea meds. Some of our young tiger ladies have gotten very good at smelling the pills and chewing them out, but a couple were happy to eat them in some ground meats. There are a few cats that still need some dosing, but not too many which is awesome!
Cleaning got started pretty late too, so most didn't finish until after 1:00.
Tueci was released today, and because it was not a far drive the interns that went were ready to work when they got back. Thanks to them, food prep didn't get started too late!
The Windsong hospital was swept and mopped, and the squeeze cages from in there were cleaned. Purrfection is happy to have a second cage back!
Aphrodite was put outside into the rehab enclosures.
Gabby seems to be doing well and is eating well.
We received a raking sweeper gadget from Edith.
That's about it!
Angie Gabor's Coordinator Report for Saturday, 2/17/2018
What a day!!
We had a great group of volunteers that helped take care of the cats and had fun while doing it. It was a bit warm but we got lots of fun things done. Enrichment for the cats was handed out and then replenished. Lots of cicles were made for the days to come.
A few volunteers got to do some Operant Conditioning and sign offs were done.
We had a great work-group today that helped us clean the second rehab enclosure, and getting Purrfection's enclosure ready for her return home.
Gabby was the perfect hospital patient, she ate her breakfast and dinner and took all of her meds, like a champ!
We are very happy to have Joseph back in his enclosure. He is still a bit wobbly, but he is resting nicely.
Lynda Licht's Coordinator Report for Sunday, 2/18/2018
Again, a wonder Sunday. It was nice weather and some of the cats felt like sleeping in but by the end of the day all ate well.
A ROTC group from USF came in and Sarah D, Audrey and Mai led them in their project of cleaning up behind leopards. They totally cleared out from a tunnel to behind the empty enclosure next to FunCation. They said they definitely wanted to come back.
We took the transport from Joe's cage and it got washed and put back in front of the Windsong.
With the holiday weekend, we were totally SOLD OUT for tours. Several red shirt partners and the interns handled them like champs.
AND, we left before dark!