Six weeks ago, I wrote a post about a feral cat we were trying help. What follows is a pictorial update of how the cat is doing half way through winter. As you will see, he is quite sassy and fat. Several times a day, he wanders over to the cat house to get something to eat. Sometimes, he will stay for a few minutes, other times he stays for a few hours, especially if it is snowing.
His mother is doing well and she also frequents the cat house to find something to eat. The kitten is quite independent now, but, from time to time, I will see them chasing each other through the snow-covered yard. We also have a number of other feral cats that stop by at least once a day to feed at the Gerencser Buffet®.
Our newest visitor. Eerie eyes that say, take my picture and you will have seven years of bad luck.
That’s Bethany’s feet in the background. She is the ONLY one that the cat will come close to.
Oh, Mr Cardinal, please come just a little closer so I can eat you for lunch.