Here is the next episode in the “Ferals at Work” saga for Throwback Thursday. I think this is number six but I lost count.
For over a month now a tabby cat that I have called “My Little Buddy” has been waiting for me almost every morning when I get to work. I don’t feel that namefits that cat anymore because I get the feeling that she is female. I’m not sure why I think that, perhaps it is because she reminds me of my cat Abbey, shy but not fearful. I feel like I need to name them all but without knowing their sex, it is difficult.
Until a few weeks ago, three cats would come around to eat but only the one tabby would be there waiting for me. A fourth cat joined the group a few weeks ago (See There’s a New Feral in Town)and about two weeks ago the white and gold (ginger)cat joined the regular breakfast crew.
Do you see the second cat in the grass?
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Had to be tough leaving them when you changed jobs…..but I just bet someone else took over giving them a meal from time to time! Bless you for doing that though while you were there………..I know they looked forward to seeing you……..
I think maybe somebody was feeding them all along. They were all ear clipped so maybe they had a caretaker.
I hope there is a good peep who will bring them breakfast and who has time for a short cat chat…
I hope so too.
I always enjoy looking back at your ferals.
guyz…we haz said it bee for N itz werth ree peet inn..984 PAWS UP ta dad for helpin theeze guyz…we could see in de movvee that while still….leery…they trusted dad enuff knot ta run like de wind ~~~~~~~ 🙂 ♥♥
Thank you. They were feral but they also knew I meant them no harm.
We bet you wonder where those cats are today. We’re glad you were there for them when you were.
When I moved out of my old house to move in with my husband after we got married, I had to leave behind my four “regulars” and a handful of random visitors. I was SO sad to leave! Luckily my parents put it into the rental agreement that whoever rented my old house had to continue feeding the cats, and they do!