I was able to photograph some of the usual suspects again today, but when I looked through my pictures, I realized that yet another adult was near the feeding station!!
While many of these pictures are somewhat blurry (I’m shooting through a 3rd-floor window, with my telephoto lens maxed out), this is certainly not the same white and calico cat I photographed yesterday, sigh…
This now makes 3 adults (and counting…?) to try to trap.
This is the first time I’ve seen the long-haired black cat at the feeding station. I REALLY hope this is the male (and the ONLY male). At this point, who knows?
I also got some “family” shots of the orange and white mama cat (who’s already been spayed) and her two absolutely adorable kittens.
As to “good” news, I was able to get some straw today, so we’ll put the first feral shelter out tomorrow. 🙂
We got the first feral shelter put out on Friday morning. We were somewhat limited as to where we could put it, and ultimately opted to set it on the south side of a tractor shed within about 50 feet of the feeding station. I really hope the kitties use it. We hope to add at least one or two more.