Mancat Monday: The Mom and Dad Are Winterizing This Week

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Hello everyone, I am sure glad you stopped by on Mancat Monday, it’s nice to see you. It sure has been cooler here in the South, especially during the dark hours, and the dark hours are showing up earlier.  Speaking of showing up, we’ve had a coyote showing up in our backyard again.  That’s not good.

Anyways, now that it’s getting cooler and darker, the Mom and Dad are using this week to get some winterizing done.  Oh, not for them, they don’t need winterizing, but our feral family does.  So, the feral condos on the back deck will get cleaned up inside and out, the insulation will be checked and they got a new heated pad for their heated house.

Did I mention we have kittens again?  I didn’t?  Well, we’ve got three.  Stop back on Feline Friday to see a short video of them.  The Dad did order a drop trap with remote control and it should be here next month and then we’ll get the trapping started.  The  company that makes the traps is having production problems due to the Covid thing.

Have a fabulous Monday everyone!  Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!

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40 thoughts on “Mancat Monday: The Mom and Dad Are Winterizing This Week

  1. The Poupounette Gang

    #1 keeps saying that she needs to get her wardrobe switched over now that it is getting so much colder. But we still haven’t needed to switch the heating on, so she must be waiting for that.

    We’re looking forward to seeing the feral kitten video! Might some of them join you?

    Purrs,
    Tama and Genji

  2. Mickeys Musings

    Winterizing is going on here as well. Mum is getting a new oil tank .
    I am happy that your feral family is taken care of so well 🙂
    They will be cozy when the cold comes.
    .
    Purrs, Julie

  3. Teddy

    It’s time to winterize…..Mom has tackled her wardrobe and Dad has tackled stacking firewood and we are READY!

    Hugs, Teddy

  4. Madsnapper

    I am happy to hear that your parents take part in the Trap and release. I had a friend in Savannah Georgia that did that and she said a lot of the feral cats and then she would put the traps out and they would come and neuter them and bring them back and she would continue to feed them

  5. Sandee

    Awww, thank you for all you do for the feral kitties. I’ll await the new kittens post.

    Thank you for joining the Awww Mondays Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Awww Monday and week. My best to your wonderful peeps. ♥

  6. Eastside Cats

    Ooh, I’ve always wondered how the remote-controlled drop traps work…let me know!
    We will winterize The Cat Hotel soon also, but we’ve got a few warmish days coming, so we may put it off just a little. Which reminds me, I need to get some straw!

  7. stevebethere

    It LQQKS like everyone at yours is well organised for winterizing, congrats on the kittens too I will look forward to seeing the video 🙂 (ミㆁᆽㆁミ)

    Have a winterizingtastic safe Monday 😷😷😷

  8. Kathe W.

    Perhaps a vet or ? has a trap you could borrow? It is so wonderful that the Dad takes care of the little ferals and has warm places for all the ferals. He has a wonderful heart.

  9. da tabbies o trout towne

    dood….we look for werd ta seein de wee onez N hope they all trap sew they can get new homes N stuff like that ther….sorree ta lurn bout de coyote…haz dad ever tried pee mart wolf granules….tell him ta chex it out on amazon….trooth ~~~

  10. Anne Robinson

    Your humans are excellent people! We have had to help the poor pit bull up the street. We think he is deaf and when someone returns him home, he has a bad hip too ;-( the people say oh he got out again! HEllO? He is your phamily. Take better care of him. I think he likes to stop by the gate at our house cause all the digs so crazy barking and he seems to enjoy watching the, poor old fellow is ancient. No one dare call the city because I am sure they would not be kind to him. It is sad. So remember how fortunate you all are. Living in a good home with everything you need. HUGS to all and have a Purrfect week!

  11. Wylie Hudson

    My kitty brother Thomas said thank you for taking so good care of the ferals. Before my mom and dad adopted him, he had joined a supervised colony of feral cats when he got thrown out of someone’s home, and he knows firsthand what it means when a caring person feeds and looks after them. 

  12. The OP Pack

    We have been having beautiful weather with cooler nights here too, but now we hear the heat is coming back. We like the cooler temps better.

    Coyotes – not good – we have lots of them around here but we think they stay mainly on the trails.

    Your peeps are so good to take care of those feral kitties. We hope the trapping goes well.

    Woo – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  13. angelicClowder

    So glad you guys are getting ready for winter with the ferals! Mom is too! It’s been down in the 30s so mom put out the heated house. It’s for the feral kitties to stay warm!

  14. lisa

    Kittens!!! Are you keeping them? Guess I’ll find out on Friday. We’re winterizing the outside as well….sans the feral cats since we don’t have any. The foxes are on their own. X

  15. Valentine

    Kittens? Oh that’s exciting! I hope your papa can trap them and get them inside where they can stay toasty warm. Mom asks what type of insulation your papa uses for the feral condos.

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