Anyone remember when I got the two barn cats from the program where they catch feral cats, spay/neuter them, give them shots and then give them to people in the country for controlling mice? It was in June, 2015 when I got two of them . . Gypsy and Rose. They told me to leave them in the crates for a few days so they’d learn where “home” is and then let them go but leave a little food and water out for them. I kept them in the crate for a few days and when I opened the doors to the crate . . they were gone . . so fast I didn’t even see one of them leave!
From time to time, we catch a cat that I think may be Gypsy.
In October, 2017, we caught this one.
My blog readers didn’t think it was Gypsy.
Last night, we caught this one.
I’d like to think it could be one of them . . maybe Gypsy. I love the pattern on his/her fur. She was fat. I told Vince . . whether it’s Gypsy or not . . she looks like she’s eating well. He said “She’s doing more than Cat who only sits around on her fat a** waiting for someone to fill her food bowl!”
This cat has such a sweet face. I wish we could tame her and keep her but the last thing I need is a third cat, though if we knew the truth, I’m probably feeding way more cats than I realize. This one was definitely not friendly . . not aggressive but probably really scared. She hissed and growled and when Vince let her go, she was gone in a flash. Maybe we’ll see her around again but probably not any time soon.