Uveitis is something with the eyes. When I picked her up, one eye had almost a blood spot in it and the other pupil was fixed. Naturally, the next day her eyes were completely normal.
I went to the businesses the day after I found Lunch, and no one had seen any cats/kittens. Around the corner from the tile business is a so-so apartment complex & a couple of houses where I counted 5 cats just hanging around the yards/driveways. I didn't bother even approaching those houses because a) they might want the kitten back or b) they would try to give me 20 kittens. Call me coldhearted, but I don't want to know the extent of the cat population and or their s/n status.
I'm already kinda p-o'd about the foster cat situation because of $$. My free s/n option would have required me driving a minimum of 45 min each way the day before & the day after surgery to pick up, or I could just take them up the road to my mom's clinic & pay a reduced fee, so I took them to my mom's clinic. I may see a little money from my co-worker who took the gray kitten, but mom is free to a friend of mine as a barn cat and since she lost her job a few months back and is now working at OSH and is doing me a favor by not making mom cat go back to her POS owner, I don't feel right asking her for $. I will probably get something from the adoption fee of the lilac point kitten, but little miss Lunch is one of almost a dozen black kittens YCSPCA has right now, so I don't see her going anywhere soon.
I keep posting the kittens on craigslist and they get flagged off within a few hours, even though I'm asking $30 for spayed/neutered, tested, dewormed, deflea'd, box trained, socialized kittens.
I give up! Miss Lunch will probably be free to good home if the lilac point kitten gets snapped up at adoptions this weekend, which I'm kind of counting on happening...
The lilac point kitten: http://www.petfinder.com/petnote/displa ... d=11262343
(already has an app in!)
Miss Lunch: http://www.petfinder.com/petnote/displa ... d=11262533