Tabby Tuesday: I Thought I Saw a Feral Cat

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Brian's Home.  Adopt cats, we deserve it! I did, I did saw a feral cat, and you can see one too!  I have to pass on some kudos to my Dad, he is getting a wee bit better sneaking pics of the ferals.  Well, not this week, because it is so darn rainy the ferals have been hiding and keeping dry.

Before the rains came in there was a tabby feral relaxing on the deck, seriously relaxing.  Dad was able to quietly put the camera lens through the blinds and grab a quick picture without even waking him up.

Brian's Home.  Adopt cats, we deserve it! This isn’t the same one we showed you last week, this one is a good bit bigger.   He also has a very big black tail, which you can see wrapped around is back legs.  We were sure happy that he felt safe enough on our deck to relax for a while.

I did issue a challenge to Dad, and that’s to get a picture of one of the elusive tortie ferals.  I know it won’t be easy, especially with a rainy week, but I’m going to pester Dad until he gets it done.  Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!!  More Forever Homes More Often!  Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

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52 thoughts on “Tabby Tuesday: I Thought I Saw a Feral Cat

  1. Marg

    Oh he is so handsome. Looks like maybe they are getting a little bit more relaxed. Love that picture. He is a big guy.
    Take care.

  2. Ann Paws

    Your dad did an awesome job sneaking a picture of this kitty! We used to have lots of ferals around here many years ago, but not anymore. Only a long visitor every once in a while. Wish they would come back – we could kind of use them actually!

  3. da tabbies o trout towne

    dood…him feelz that SAFE him can chillax on yur paddy oh deck..AWESUM…!!

    purrhaps later this summer ya both can chillax out ther, fry sum flounder on de grill and haza few nip cigars !!!

    a ton oh trout twoozday ta all !!

  4. Old Kitty

    Oh wow!! He is a beauty!! He’s adorable! Awwww Handsome Brian – we are so happy these gorgeous ferals have a safe haven with you all!! Take care

  5. Jacqueline

    Your visitor is a beautiful, big baby!!…Maybe you’ll get a brother one day soon, handsome Brian?…Hope you all enjoy a lovely Tuesday, dear friends…xoxo…Calle, Halle, Sukki

  6. Amy

    That tabby feral is a beautiful cat. We rescued a tabby several years ago and he lives with us now. He’s cross-eyes so we names him Mr. Magoo…he’s the cat in the heading photo on my blog: The House of the seven Tails. Recently a tabby with longish hair (the first I’ve seen) has been hanging around. I’m trying to get him to trust me so I can get him off the street and to a vet. It can take a while!

  7. Connie

    I did, I did see a feral cat 😉

    I almost never see cats outside around me. Occasionally one will be sitting on someones porch.. but its rare..

  8. CCL Wendy

    That is a beautiful kitty, and he looks so well fed, too (thanks to your Dad)! I love his black tail — quite distinctive. I think your Dad must be a Cat Whisperer because cats know they are safe around your place.

  9. Miss Kitty

    I think cats know where they can find food and shelter. Mummy takes care of the ones in our property too. Your Dad is good to all in your property too Brian…we have good caring peeps, huh?
    Kitty XO

  10. GrammyMouseTails

    sure are lots of tabbys at your place. I bet with the torties there may be babies. It would be nice if dad could catch them & get them snipped (if possible), for health & unwanted population. I don’t like seeing the ferals esp when it is so cold & snowy. He sure does have a black tail, noticed it right away! Glad to hear dad is feeling better! 🙂

  11. Janet@TheCatOnMyHead

    Wow, what a great shot. He certainly looks healthy, happy and at ease. Happy Tabby Tuesday. See you for WW. Purrs and hugs, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Josette

  12. Oui Oui

    Ferals are such hard work! Good job! We’ve had Mica Moo almost 3 years and she still has trust issues. Looking forward to seeing the torties.

  13. siku marie

    It makes us so happy to know that you have provided them well enough that the ferals feel safe and able to step down from the high tension of life in the wild. Thanks for your compassion.

  14. Clooney

    Purrs to all your ferals Brian. They are so fortunate to have you and your family looking out for them. You folks are awesome!

  15. Molly The Wally

    Wow he is obviously comfy and feeling safe on your deck. Nice one Brian. Hope you get good weather soon. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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