See my new tie?
It has stars.
It’s a gift from Miss Marianne at Cat Depot.
I’m wearing it today to tell you I’m not going to be the star of the blog today.
Today I’m going to let Helen Keller be the star.
We got her all dressed up for the big day.
Isn’t she cute?
You may or may not know that Caroline Resnick is a trapper and works with feral cats.
She is the nice lady who trapped Helen Keller and first realized she had special needs.
It’s only fitting that Helen Keller shines in this blog.
Here ya go.
Caroline donated funds to Cat Depot for the Caroline Resnick Surgical Suite.
That’s where Cat Depot spays and neuters feral cats to control the population and ensure their health.
The ribbon cutting was Friday and Helen Keller wanted to be there to honor Caroline.
Miss Marianne decorated the tables.
She even included little feral traps she made out of paper.
There ceremony was about to begin, but before it did…
… Caroline spent a quiet moment with Helen Keller.
The ribbon cutting was about to happen.
Cameras were already rolling.
Caroline had to make sure Helen Keller’s tutu was presentable for the big moment.
A television crew came to cover the event.
It’s possible you may see that little pink tutu on the big screen!
And then it happened.
The ribbon was cut and the applause broke out.
The Caroline Resnick Surgical Suite was official…
…and ready to change the face of the feral population in the area.
A truly necessary service provided by Caroline, the trappers with her here, and Cat Depot.
Wait a minute.
Now, here’s something you don’t see every day.
A rough, tough, manly feral trapper holding a kitty in a pink tutu.
Ahhh… they all fall for the pretty girl.
There you have it – the day Helen Keller’s star shined.
And all I got was a bow tie.
The Dapper Gent
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