Mancat Monday: A Visit With the Ferals

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Brian's Home, adopt cats, we deserve it!Hello gang!  We sure had a busy weekend but we managed to get plenty of Easy in yesterday.  Several of you asked about our ferals so I thought we would show you some pictures today.  I know Marg will enjoy the pics, she just loves her ferals!  The pictures are taken at a distance, through a sliding glass door with a telephoto lens since there is no getting close to them.

The first two pictures are the Momma Black Kitty drinking out of our bird bath and you can see Momma Tabby in the background.

Brian's Home, adopt cats, we deserve it!Brian's Home, adopt cats, we deserve it!In this next picture you will see three of them.  A little black one is up in the tree on the left and if you look closely you can see a little furry tail hanging down.  That is Momma Tabby and her little kitten is the one that was killed in our yard.  Up in the top right is one of the Tortie kittens.

Brian's Home, adopt cats, we deserve it!Here is one of the Tortie kittens laying in the yard waiting for a pounce from the black kitten that was up in the tree.

Brian's Home, adopt cats, we deserve it!And ready, set, go…here comes the pounce from the black kitten….

Brian's Home, adopt cats, we deserve it!And finally, here is Momma Black Kitty up on our deck checking to see if the food human is home.  We all often lay by our sliding glass door and watch her and the others.

Brian's Home, adopt cats, we deserve it!I hope you enjoyed meeting some of our ferals.  We feed them and make sure they have fresh water, but there is no getting close to them and they won’t go near anything that looks like a trap…even the kittens.

Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!!  More Forever Homes More Often!  Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

 

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41 thoughts on “Mancat Monday: A Visit With the Ferals

  1. Mollie

    ARRRRRRRR, that’s just luv-ly. Those pictures were great. It’s nice to nose they don’t go hungry 🙂
    Big Hugs Mollie x

  2. Marg

    Great pictures, thank you and thank you again. Glad you took some pictures of them. Have you tried to just leave a carriers out there where you feed them or is it someone else’s property?? That is intertesting that they come up to the house. So they are getting a little used to you. It took me two years to catch our Momma kitty here but I did it. I almost fainted the day that I got her. Poor thing, she went through a lot but she is just fine now.
    Thanks again for the pictures.

  3. Tamago

    They all look cute! I love the photo of Momma Black Kitty drinking water.
    Great to know they have you to take care of them 🙂

  4. Random Felines

    amazing how well they figure out those traps. have you tried a drop trap? just a thought. we are glad they are being taken care of by all of you…..

  5. we three doxies

    What beautiful kittehs! I am so glad dat ya’ll helps take cares of them, ya’ll is special fur helpin’ them.
    We has lots of ferals around here too…and I do mean LOTS!

    Puddles

  6. April

    I think feral cats are both lucky to have so many kind humans who are willing to feed them and I also think feral cats are in danger of getting attacked by prey. In some ways I wish my cats were indoor/outdoor cats so they could roam as they please but I would be afraid they would be harmed or never return home.

  7. Eric and Flynn

    The feral kitties look lovely. They were very wise to come to you where they are kept well fed. We are grateful to you and all the others like you who take care of so many feral kitties.

  8. KimT

    Awesome photos! Thank you, those would not have been easy to take, I’m sure. My favorite is the tail hanging out of the tree! lol Take care, ferals! (And happy Monday, Brian)

  9. Whisppy

    Those are very healthy and happy looking ferals! We sure hope they’ll learn to trust your Dad one day so they can be neutered and live life without worrying about fighting or getting pregnant.
    Thank you so much for looking after the ferals!

  10. diddleymaz

    thank you for the pics, your garden looks nice and the Ferals look as though they are well fed and happy, what a shame youve had no luck catching the momma cats because no more kittens would be so good for them.

  11. Colehaus Cats

    Thank you so much for taking care of the ferals! We’ve had three feral brothers but only Maxx is left (and we think he’s just crabby because he wasn’t 100% feral). Great photos! Here’s to earning even more of their respect and trust!

    Seth, Maxx, Newton, Tessa & Pia Bean

  12. Sparkle

    I’m glad you kitties let the feral kitties hang out in the yard and don’t get upset with them! I guess you realize they need your human’s support.

  13. Father Tom

    Brian,
    Mom Julie met some ferals on her trip south and at first, was disappointed she couldn’t cuddle them (she missed us terribly, I think), but then realized keeping their distance from humans was a way to keep them safe, too. Not everyone can be trusted 🙁

    Have a good week! We enjoyed meeting your little friends.

    Tom xx

  14. Katie Isabella

    I LOVED seeing them. I wonder how the Tortie got into that little group? Meaning she isn’t a relative I guess. Bless them and you.

  15. Emma and Buster

    we enjoyed them a lot. we have our own community of ferals or stray cats (mama doesn’t know the diff) that the whole community of humans living in the area feed and support including our family.

  16. CCL Wendy

    Once again you are so kind to look out, as best you can, for these feral kitties. I’m sure they’re happy enough living outdoors in the summer as long as they have plenty of free food, but I worry for them when colder weather comes.

    It’s very interesting to see them going about their daily business — and wonderful that you can get some shots up close and PURRsonal (without touching).

  17. Abby

    Brian
    It is so sweet and thoughtful of you to share with your ferals.
    They look so happy and very content.
    Purrs for Alex
    purrs
    >^,,^<
    ♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥

  18. Tillie & Georgia

    What a lovely group of kitties!! All so lovely too.
    Big purrs to you for looking after them 🙂
    Purrs Tillie and Georgia,
    Tiger,Treasure,JJ and Julie

    PeeEss: Big purrs for Gracie. We just heard about Alex.

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