Lynda Licht's Coordinator notes for 3/4/2018
A chilly morning usually means frisky and hungry cats and I did notice everyone was up and about as I did my drive through. All ate pretty well today. We were especially happy with how much Cameron ate for his favorite Keeper, Jen.
We were sold out for tours again as spring break season officially starts this weekend. I was also able to do a private tour this morning so thanks to Kathryn and Jen for covering and listening for radio calls.
In the morning we swept and mopped both hospitals, put away all the squeeze cages that had been cleaned yesterday and also put away supplies in the Wingsong hospital.
Food prep was done early and all cats have a container as tomorrow is Ivermectin.
We have pulled extra ground beef from the freezer into the walk-in cooler to use for this and also because picky cats like Andre, Cam and Arthur are really liking it too.
We also pulled some turkey necks, turkey thighs and cornish game hem to entice Cameron & others to eat their meds in the morning.
In the afternoon while interns were busy with tours, Rebecca, Romina, and I cleaned out the interior of Natalia's enclosure. It's been cleared of branches off roof, raked & weeded inside and the platform scrubbed. (Yes, we have to scrub those big platforms.)
Several interns got their enrichment signoffs today and the cats also enjoyed extra goodies.
Maya Cougar especially enjoyed her tuna cicle.