Successful Fundraiser

I’m thrilled to announce that the fundraiser has been a smashing success! You folks are so generous and compassionate, and I am very grateful to each of you. Thank you so much! My account is out of the red and into the black by enough to save me from panicking – plus you came through so fast that I never got an overdraft! Bless you!

I am asking those to whom I will provide card readings to leave me “review comments” on this post once the readings are done, and perhaps again later once there’s been time enough to see how well the issues I read about worked out. That way, anyone wishing to donate for Homeward Bound cat care will know what they’re getting for their donations. I intend to add a button to my sidebar, so anyone wishing to give may do so at any time. If I get into another emergency situation, I’ll be sure to let you know. You are wonderful people who clearly care about animals, and I’m very proud of you. I’ll post a photo of the kitten you helped save.

Kind of bright in the face, but oh well. He was mid-bitch here. He insists on being held at all times, unless he’s asleep. Poor guy. We’re calling him “Akiyama” or “Aki” for short. Thanks to Rens Sanctuary for the name, which is Japanese for “autumn personality.”


You can see a sore on his muzzle. He has a few of those, along with a crooked tail and his torn ligaments. I can’t decide if he wants to be held because he’s in need of reassurance or if he’s cold, or if he’s just a lap cat. Or perhaps all of these. We intend to keep him, since we lost our beloved Bandit this past summer. We won’t be letting this one outside. (Bandit wouldn’t stay in; he was born outside and was quite used to it by the time we decided to keep him. Trying to keep him indoors only resulted in stressing him out to the point that he was getting bald spots.)

We have two other cats who need feline leukemia tests and will then be adopted out, and then we can take in two more. :) Thanks to you folks! :applause:

Sheta Kaey About Sheta Kaey

I teach people to perceive, communicate, and work with spirits. Beyond that, I'm kinda normal.

Sometimes I write things. Sometimes I edit things. Sometimes, people even see them.


  1. I’m so glad! Poor little guy. I love orange kitties. I hope all his health problems are solved. Cuddle kitties are the best!

  2. Wow, I’m thrilled to hear it!

  3. You’re welcome. Naming the cat just proves my theory that if you can’t find what you need on the internet, it hasn’t been invented yet. I’m pleased that your cat rescue is going well. :)

  4. You’re doing a wonderful thing. I’ll donate a little more when I get paid next week. I’m quite literally down to my last four bucks right now. Getting awful damn sick of eating soup! ;-)
    I hope you don’t mind if I invite you (and any other spirit-friendly sorts who want to) to check out a “hidden” blog that I started. It isn’t private, but I dont’ have it on my blog roll. Kind of my way of keeping it for those “of a mind” or at least with an open mind anyway.

    Also, another e-commerce marketer that I know had the wonderful idea of letting people send her small samples or business cards to mail out with shipments of her products. Unfortunately I don’t get tons of requests for the autographed books, but if you (or anyone else) would like to send me some business or post cards to send out with the books when I do get requests, email me and I can give you an address where you can send them. Or if you have a banner, I can put it on my website at

    Blessed be.

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