Like his namesake from Treasure Island, our feral feline friend Pew was struck and killed today, not by a stagecoach, but by a car. Pew showed up in the midst of trapping Mommy Cat and the five kittens this past summer. … Continue reading
Moxie and Mona weren’t represented too well photographically in the last cat post, so now that I’ve gotten some good pictures of the two of them I thought I’d post them so their full beauty is shown to all:
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I certainly hope so! It has been a long, strange summer, with most of our time at home consumed by cat trapping operations. When we weren’t actively setting traps (which we did, night and day, for most of the summer, … Continue reading
So, as much of a softie as I am when it comes to animals, I have learned one thing: next time I see a stray cat in our yard carrying a kitten in her mouth – I’m going to pretend … Continue reading
Soooooooo, no time to post entries lately; all my free time has been consumed by rescue operations for Mommy Cat and her four soon-to-be-feral kittens (they are six weeks old now, and need to be socialized before they are eight … Continue reading
I know, I know, I know…too many cats on this blog lately. But I got a couple more photos of Mommy Cat last night while she was eating – one with Moses in the foreground looking at his mommy. I … Continue reading
There’s been an awful lot of cat action in and around our home lately, from the arrival of Moses to trying to find a new home for my dad’s cat Tabby to the discovery of Mommy Cat and her kittens … Continue reading
Our little handsome boy needed his picture taken by a pro during the height of his cuteness, so on Wednesday my friend (and photographer) S——- came and did a photo shoot. Below are some of the awesome photos she took … Continue reading
Well, obviously my commitment to post regularly has been disrupted by something…partly by the elementary school visits, partly by the awesome training that I went to on Monday (with Betsy Diamant-Cohen – more about that in a post on another … Continue reading
I was so thrilled to see the news report that the Moonbird, B95, was recently spotted. See my review and discussion of the book by Phillip Hoose here to understand why I’m excited about this news.