It’s Day 5 since Hunter arrived at our house. We are happy to report that on day 5 he is now fully adjusted and running around the house exploring and sleeping at ease.
While still keeping some distance from his roommates(Plato & Sesame), they have pretty much stopped hissing at each other if kept out of their personal space.
On a side note, check out ben’s sleeping pose today. Can it get any cuter?
And sweet pea.
This is how we feed the community cats every morning, and we do the same every evening, for the past several years.
They are a group of quiet and peaceful cats, their irresponsible owners dumped them or their parents onto the streets, they just want to live/sleep/eat and not be bothered.
We helped spay neuter all of them who showed up in our yard not spayed/neutered. They usually just hangout and sleep in our backyard and comes together just in time for their breakfast and dinner.
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Over the last year or so, our back yard has become increasingly popular among local alley cats.
We now have about 8 regular visitors that come daily begging for food, and quite a few of them decided to stay and live in our backyard. Which is probably a good thing!
We trap and neuter any cats that comes to visit but doesn’t have a tipped ear. And I think we have done a pretty good job keeping local stray cat population low.. at least around our house.