Does anyone in the Baltimore region have a driving need for a new kitten?
There is one in my bathroom at the moment squalling his/her head off, and we have enough on our hands with Willow.
DH went out to get another load of logs for the fire and heard him crying. He'd gotten into the woodshed, fallen down between two logs, and got stuck. So there we were out there in the dark and the wind with a flashlight, hauling out chunks of firewood and pitching them out into the yard while he hollered at 130 decibels. Finally got to the point where we could reach the logs waaaaaaaaay in the back; as soon as I removed the top two chunks his little head popped up.
I took him around to the neighbors, but he doesn't belong to any of them. One of them thinks he may be from a feral litter she's been feeding, but this kitten doesn't act feral. He's a bit hand-shy, but after I fed him he was rubbing my ankles and purring. He's 10-12 weeks old, so well old enough for a feral mother to have taught him to stay away from people.
I'll put up a found sign and a notice in the paper, in case someone has lost him, but I'd like to have a new home lined up for him.