Here is Sally, wondering what Maw is doing at the pooter.
Sally and G.T., just chillaxin' in the office.
Smokey and Dorf, lounging on the beds for the Leap and Sleep that Maw was trying to put together.
And, today is National Feral Cat Day. Yes, we have a couple of feral cats here. Jenny was trapped when she was about 3 months old, and she has never become overly friendly to where she could be picked up and handled. She doesn't get medicine except a crushed up thyroid pill in tuna juice each morning. She has only been to a v-e-t just a few times in her 16 years.
And then we have Orinch, who we trapped years ago and had him neutered and vaccinated, then we released him back into our yard. We have fed him for years, and trapped him again when we moved a year ago in April, and brought him out here to live with us. Now he is an inside cat, and he appears happy about that, except that some of the poodins pick on him. And we don't touch him.
Ferals deserve to live. They need to be trapped so that they can be fixed and vaccinated, then they are released back to their colonies. Some feral colonies have stray cats that used to live with people, and those cats are friendly, and can likely be rehomed to live with humans again. To learn more about Feral Colonies, go to Alley Cat Allies at: www.alleycat.org/NFCD.
Luf, Us and Maw