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02/23/2021

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Cynthia

I really hope you can catch that tabby!! I have noticed foot prints on our back balcony but am pretty it's a local cat coming to visit our cats at the patio door. We have many people in the area who let their cats out daily which frankly I don't agree with. They think cats are find outside in the winter, even strays?? I wanna say Hello...cats are desert creatures !!! We live in a heavy traffic area and sadly not everyone is kind to cats they see outdoors. People would never leave their dogs outside but cats no problem ?? The local refuge is finding it hard also during Covid so we have been contributing more to help out. Paws crossed you get that tabby safely inside & hopefully the opossums can get back to your food supply soon. Sorry for the rant but I wish people were kinder to cats !

Ginny& the Fur Family

I agree with Cynthia so much. It is a hard world for cats out side in the cold winter, especially in snow. I have a very wild cat I feed every night and as soon as I put food out side here comes the birds. It came today and I got some food out in time for it and I breathed a sigh of relief. Thankful to see it made it through this snow. We started feeding the birds out back under a little sheltered spot. Here comes the other out side creatures to eat. We even see red foxes.
Keep setting the trap I am sure you will get the cat soon. With warmer weather it will be coming out more. Please let us know if you catch it. We thought about all the out side work you do with all your rescue work and prayed you would be alright. It got so slippery with black ice. The sun is out today here in Fur a Way Land today. Have a great day.

Maria in FL

The poor kitty and opossum! I often wonder how even wild animals survive in conditions such as you're experiencing. It's truly remarkable. Best of luck catching that kitty....he/she has no idea how lucky his or her life will become if he or she just ventures into that trap!

Timmy Tomcat

So lucky our feral is holed underneath our shed (and in it since some critter dug a hole in the floor) and can make it to the house for food. I am thinking she digs out after each snow. We purr for whoever is lost out there so sad

John Bellen

The best of luck in catching your tabby. His life will improve tremendously if you can trap him.

meowmeowmans

Thank you for sticking with it, Chrystal! We have our paws crossed that you'll be able to rescue that kitty soon.

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