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Re: Yes, but.
Yes, but a hero human did that last year. All of the outdoor furs were tutored (and most of them were released back into the neighborhood at the beginning of a life-endangering blizzard, we are sorry to recall). Our new mom hopes that all of the neighborhood kitties were found and tutored at the time (it was something like a week-long campaign), and she believes that was the case. She further hopes there have been no new untutored furs added to the mix since then. She definitely worries that new untutored furs may have joined the colony and that will restart the growth of the colony. She purrs about this all the time -- we have terrible weather and, on top of all that, coyotes. It stinks. Our new mom is in love with many of these cats. New mom's heart breaks for them. She also knows of at least one family that lost a cat about a year ago who ended up as part of the colony. Our new mom has seen the cat many times and called the family (they live about 1/4 mile away), but they've had no luck in convincing the fur to come home. Offer food to help our new mom feed their fur? Why, no. Just let our new mom feed the cat on top of all the other furs. Very, very distressing.
Glowie and Baster McChew-La
she could get humane traps and catch those outside kitties. Then some nice vettie can spay and tutor them so your neighborhood doesn't get overrun by homeless cats.
Hekko. Howareyouwearefinethankyouandyou. And you? Except the homeless cats who live outdoors are eating up all of our cans of furfood, and our new mom is letting them. She has two favorites, Gorgeous and Socky, and our new mom started to feed them canned food a few months ago because winter was coming and she felt so sorry they had to live outside and be cold. Which was fine, but then they started to share their canned food with all of their friends, and now our new mom is feeding canned furfood to furs in the whole neighborhood, and they get a million times more canned food than we do. WAAHHH!!!
Glowie the Skunk and Baster McChew-La