Well, I’ve spoken with my excellent vet (Go Kerrin Hoban! Go Harbor Vet!) and she’s agreed to take the kitty in as an adoption. They have a whole procedure for advertising rescues to make sure the cat doesn’t already have a family looking for her, then will get her vaccinations up to date and offer her for adoption.
I have her in my office now. (She’s a bit ambivalent about this. My office is quite a change from the drainage pipe she’s been calling home.) Campus animal control will come take a picture of her, in case anyone calls looking for a missing cat. Then I’ll go get a carrier from home and drive her over to the vet.
I will try to get a picture of her for the blog, so that you can see this charming little lady who’s had me so preoccupied.
P.S. She’s been in my office for an hour or so now and has relaxed. She’s cozied up on my desktop in front of the computer keyboard, letting me workâ€”slowlyâ€”so long as I keep giving her lots of petting.