I only managed to trap one cat in yesterday’s trapping. Boo is a friendlier black cat who is not really feral. He will allow you to pet him. He could possibly have had a chance at adoption to a home, but he seems to enjoy being an outdoor cat. Seeing as though black cats are the hardest to get adopted, we will return him to his pals in his colony.
This drawing is #12 in my series of feral cat drawings of a colony of cats with which I am intervening. I am placing each drawing up for auction bids. The details are below. If you would like to contribute to the rescue fund for the real-life cat intervention, you may do so with the ChipIn widget in the sidebar. Thank you for your consideration.
You can read more about the feral cat intervention process on my Okey’s Promise: Art for a Cause blog.
By the way, I am a part of a process to encourage the adoption of a public Trap-Neuter-Return program in the City of Canton in which I live. You can read my letter to the editor on the issue, which was published in the Canton Repository, if you would like. My hope is that many more people will recognize the benefits of TNR as a means of public animal control.
Today’s drawing is a bit bigger than the rest. I opted to use a full 9″ x 12″ sheet of paper. I will start the bidding at the same price, however, this one will not come with a mat.
9″ X12″ Prismacolor Pencil and Marker Drawing on paper by artist BZTAT
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Highest bid at 10:00 pm EST on Wednesday 2/29/12 wins the piece.
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