Another week, another cat update! Yay!
This past week had visits from the raccoons and possum on most nights, as usual, plus the alien gray cat, and a new alien orange cat.
Firstly, here are a couple of our feral cats in the feeder, disappointed at the lack of food. I remotely dispensed more shortly afterwards:
Post-eating nap inside:
Watching a bird:
As mentioned, the raccoons have visited on some of the nights; about every second one on average. Usually they’re disappointed to find nothing, or only crumbs:
The possum visits most nights… and once lucked out with lots of food, when few cats had turned up during the day. It can be hard to get the balance of food right, when the cats are inconsistent in how often they turn up to eat:
Looking at the camera:
Enjoying a morning sunbeam:
Spud on our front steps, where the feeder used to be:
The gray cat visited a couple of times. The first time, nobody else was around:
But the second time, two of our ferals were enjoying afternoon snuggles inside:
One of the ferals went to investigate, and there was some disagreement. The gray cat felt trapped in the feeder:
Here’s a screenshot of the encounter from my iPad:
As usual with alien encounters, there was some hissing and posturing, some threatening eye contact, some ignoring each other, then they separated without coming to blows.
But wait, there’s more! We also had a surprise new visitor; an orange cat that we hadn’t seen before:
Fortunately, nobody else was home at the time:
Finally, let’s conclude this week’s cat post with a funny pic: