Goodbye Precious, Hello Beau!

It’s time for a long overdue update!

Before work on Saturday morning (so much for sleeping in on the weekends!), Precious was picked up for transport and has gone to a rescue in Central Florida. I’m told she had an adopter before she even left my apartment. Most of my previous fosters have either been adopted locally or gone to a rescue with whom I had contact, and unfortunately this is not the case with Precious. I’m heartbroken that I cannot see her progress or get any updates about her, but that is just a part of fostering. I hope she truly has gone to a good home and that everything will work out for her once and for all.

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I’m especially sad because unless I personally find an animal in a dumpster or on the road, I will not foster again. Don’t get me wrong, I love doing it, and I will do it again later in life, but not while my life is so unstable. (Speaking of, wish me luck hunting for out of state internships!)

However, that does not mean Dream Big, Bark Loudly is going to disappear. I will still feature animals in need, just not ones in my home. So, for our first special adoptable in need, I present you with Beau the cat!

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His current foster moms say:

This is Beau. He is truly the sweetest loving kitty. We are very sad to see him go but my roommate and I have to find him a new loving home. He showed up at our doorstep abandoned a few months ago and we’ve been taking care of him until we could find him a permanent home. We got him all his shots and neutering and he is a very healthy happy kitty around 1 years old. He loves to be held and cuddled with and is super sweet.

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Isn’t that awesome?! I cannot thank these girls enough for caring for Beau and going through all the effort to find him a good home! They’ve put about $250 into his care, but aren’t strictly asking for that full amount back. He is not free (I’ll post later about the dangers of the phrase ‘free to good home’!), and they definitely want someone to adopt him who has the means to care for him for the rest of his life.

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Do you have room in your home and your heart for this stunning boy? Do you know someone who has been on the market for a new best friend? If so, please share this post with them! We want to find this boy’s new family! If you are interested, feel free to comment on this post or e-mail me (Kayla) at kes09c@my.fsu.edu and I will forward your message to his wonderful foster mommies!

Thank you! With your help, hopefully we can find this handsome boy a home of his own!

2 thoughts on “Goodbye Precious, Hello Beau!

  1. This looks exactly like my cat that went missing about 3-4 months ago, I rescued him from the national forest and had not had him nurtured yet. I was giving him antibiotics because he had just recently gotten into a cat fight, and my room mate let him out, I searched for days to no avail. I har photos of him I can show to you, my number is ********** it would mean the world to me if I could see his face again. He knows his name ” Mortymer” if you call it and he kind of sounds like a bird when he meows please contact me as soon as possible, thank you thank you thank you.

    • Oh my goodness! I certainly hope that’s him!! I haven’t personally met this cat, but I’ll give your number to the girl who is taking care of him now. Crossing my fingers this is your cat. I can’t imagine a better outcome than going back to his original owner! Edit: Just so you know, I copied your number down and then removed it from your previous comment, for safety purposes. =)

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