Another Feline Visitor


The window by my desk overlooks our back yard. From time to time I will see a white cat walk through our yard. I think I saw the same cat in our yard last winter so we must be part of her territory. Yesterday, Frankie and Floki were on the catio and I went out there to check on them. When I did, I noticed their attention fixed on the white cat.

Nobody was howling or hissing or making a fuss. They were just looking at each other.

The last time this happened with another cat it was also a peaceful encounter. I speculated then that it must have been a female because another male would probably have elicited a different response. If I am right, this white cat is probably also a female. If anyone has a reason to confirm or reject my hypothesis, I would like to hear about it.

21 thoughts on “Another Feline Visitor

  1. claire93

    not honestly sure that it makes a difference whether visitor is male or female. Our neighbours have 2 females, and when our male cats spot them, lots of hissing goes on. Whereas, in a previous home, there was an old male stray that actually used to come in the house through the cat flap, and our cats (3 males & 1 female) didn’t bat an eyelid.

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  2. Summer

    I wonder! I do want to say, I loved the kittens hanging out at my patio, and would watch them with lots of interest! They haven’t been around as much lately – I think the painters upset their routine. Plus my human doesn’t feed them anymore, now that they’ve been fixed. (The neighbor feeds them instead.)

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    1. Charles Huss Post author

      It is cool to see them come around. I feel bad that they are homeless but as long as someone is taking care of them it is okay. Some cats, I think, would prefer to be in a colony that is being taken care of then to be inside without acess to the outside.

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