Feral Cat in the Snow We call her Long Tail. Her 3 siblings had bunny tails, about 3" long stubs. Braving the snowstorm to look for food. This is one we caught, had fixed and returned to wild. Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailSkypePinterestTumblrWhatsAppLike this:Like Loading... February 16, 2010 by Ruth Categories: Cat, Things in the SnowTags: Cat, front porch, HIghland Park, photo, photography, Pittsburgh, snow, urban scene, winter scene 11 Comments
Cat looks healthy!
Ugh – teachers report on time – gives me the chills!!!
Another great photo. I was on a two hour delay myself today when I saw the snow again. I hope everybody made it to work safely.
Ruth: Great photo. Ferals will find this weather hard, but they take shelter somewhere until the show stops I think. i have a feral that adopted me and has lived on my porch for years. She sometimes invites others over, but I don’t encourage it. She hangs with my two cats, loves my neighbor and even lets us pet her. When the big snow came, she disappeared for 2-3 days, then turned up hungry – where she sheltered I don’t know, but I suspect it might have been in the storm sewer.
There is an organization that will help trap and neuter all your feral cats – they clip their ear to show that they have been neutered. Mine is female (a tortie) and came with a clipped ear.
Keep up the great photos. Linda
i’m on a 2 hour delay too but my delay is washing the floor in the kitchen – i’m just delaying doing it – the kitty is so cute and i kinda feel sorry it is out in this crazy weather
I love the confidence a cat exudes. He is calm and deliberate. You have captured a perfect moment.
Wish the cat could tell her story….. Loved the photo!
Love your upbeat attitude, we need more of you! Great pictures.
I love what you did for the beautiful kitty.
You love cats!
Deshalb habe ich eine Kosmetiktasche genäht (wie könnte
es anders sein!) und die Längen-und Breitengrade vom Zuhause eingestickt.