Thankful Thursday Blog Hop: The Barn Got a Good Cleaning

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Hello there gang, thanks once again for stopping by for our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop.  I am always thankful to each of you for joining us!  Each and every Thursday we share the things for which we are most thankful and we always enjoy reading all of the things you are thankful for too. If you are new to our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop, thanks for hopping in, we really do get excited when new blogger pals join us!

Today, I am thankful that the Dad was finally able to clean up the barn MOL!  No, we don’t have a barn, so let me explain.  Our ferals have two feeding stations and sometimes when the ferals eat their stinky goodness it can be a bit messy with food getting all over the floor of the feeding station.  That’s okay and the Dad usually keeps it clean.  But we’ve had so much rain lately there was no cleaning it until this past weekend.

The barn?  Well, like I said, we don’t have a barn but the Dad said that the feeding station smelled like a barn.  I’m thankful that the feral feeding stations got all cleaned up.  That kind of smell can also attract varmints and predators.  Speaking of which, we’ve got a coyote problem again and sadly it got two of our favorite and most loved by everyone ferals.  We’re all pretty sad about that but hopefully there will be one less coyote in the world soon.  The ferals will be most thankful for that too.  Right now they’re pretty scared all of the time.

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44 thoughts on “Thankful Thursday Blog Hop: The Barn Got a Good Cleaning

  1. Diane

    Before we moved to a condo we had indoor/outdoor cats and we are pretty sure when 2 disappeared and the other only hung out on our deck and no longer went in the woods that a coyote or fisher cat had a 20 lb lunch. After our move all of our cats became indoor only.

  2. messymimi

    That’s so sad that a coyote got two of your ferals. Yes, i know, they have to eat, too, but i wish they wouldn’t go after pets.

  3. Eastside Cats

    Oh no, I mourn with you at the loss of your friends.
    Just because we cannot pet them, doesn’t mean we don’t love them dearly.
    Our feral feeding station is much too clean…

  4. Angie

    Oh my, so sad that the coyotes took away two of your favorite feral cats. The circle of life can be much more vicious than we like!

  5. Zoolatry

    Once upon a time, our feral family (in Florida) would lose members, likely to gators, t’was sad and distressing to know this … farewell to yours as they have crossed their Rainbow Bridge.

  6. Madison

    We are so sad to hear about the coyote getting some of the kitties. How terrible. We have coyote and fox in our neighborhood sometimes and worry about them getting small animals.

  7. MadSnapper

    so much to be thankful for and now the ferals are living in a world turned upside down by a coyote, just like us by the pandemic.. we have coyotes here, but have not seen one on our streets we walk since a few months after we got Big, scared me to death to see him on our walking street but that was almost 3 years ago

  8. Derry and the biped

    We’re glad your dad was able to clean up the feeding stations…and we’re glad that you have such wonderful humans to care for the ferals. We’re so very sorry that the coyote got two of them, though…It’s hard, because humans have encroached on their territory and there’s nowhere for them to go, and they (and their families) have to eat too. That doesn’t make it any better; it’s just that Nature is often cruel.

  9. Sandee

    So sad about the ferals that the coyote took. I’m glad dad got the barn cleaned up. It’s good to have a clean place to go eat. Prayers that the coyote goes far away.

    Thank you for hosting the Thankful Thursday Blog Hop.

    Have a purrfect Thankful Thursday. Scritches all around and my best to your peeps. ♥

  10. Lucy and Xena

    Was that your nice way of saying your Dad has a gun and isn’t afraid to use it? We have coyotes too close to us too, and it scares our Mom, not for her but for Xena and Chai, our “littles.” XOX Lucy

  11. Ellen J Pilch

    That is so sad about the ferals. My hubby would gladly shoot it for you if we lived near you. Thank you for hosting. Have a great day. XO

  12. Catscue

    I am so sorry for your loss, the poor ferals having to deal with predators – it is a worry for all feral caretakers and really nothing can be done. Those ferals knew they were loved and cared for and that is so very important.

  13. Marv and Mom

    Coyotes! We have them around here…Mom says we are lucky that they are not habituated and mostly avoid the village, but because we live on the river, we are NOT allowed out after dusk. We all know the rules and are good about coming in. And we have some messy eaters in the house! The table gets a good scrubbing almost every day! We are thankful for you guys! We LOVE coming to your blog and seeing what you guys have been up to! Thank YOU!

  14. The LLB Gang

    You sure do have the best Dad EVER! We love what good care he takes of you, and all the ferals.

    Sending lots of POTP in hopes those Coyotes hit the road and never come back!
    Jakey and the Gang

  15. Create With Joy

    I am SO sorry to hear about the ferals – we have a coyote problem here too!
    A friend of mine lost her cat to coyotes.
    Hope that everyone remains safe (and glad the “barn” is now clean!)

  16. Buddy and Gigi

    We are sorry about your two ferals. Our Human feeds some ferals near here and there are coyotes around. We really hope the kitties are waaaaaaaay smart! They’ve been around for a lotta years, so we think probably they know how to stay safe. Hope you are feeling good Brian. XOXOX From Buddy & Gigi (and Spitty’s Human too)

  17. Jan K

    Ugh, you know we hate those coyotes too! We have not seen ours for a while (though we did have a bobcat visit, which was no better!). We heard about this stuff we could put around our yard – wolf urine – and it seems to be helping. We know your Dad will do all he can to keep these away for good, but if he wanted to know more about what we’re using, I’d be happy to share a link.

  18. Meezer'sMews&TerrieristicalWoofs

    So sad that the hungry coyote thought it was OK to gobble up a kitty, even a poor helpless feral one. Your Dad is so helpful to the ferals that depend upon him for food and such like.

    We sometimes have foxes and coyotes here too, but have not seen one lately. Our yard is fenced, and said fence is buried 12 inches to make digging under it difficult.

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