I haven't figured out whose cat he is yet. There are two that look almost identical (the other I call "mouser" because every time I see her she has a mouse in her mouth).. but this one has more black on his back and the black patches over his eyes are just a little different.
So I've seen one of them over at the house on the street behind me... and I think one of them is their cat... but at that distance, it's hard to tell which one is which
There's also a new all black cat roaming the neighborhood. I've only seen him once.... don't know whose he is either.
It's unfortunate, but I seem to live in an area where people don't seem to know much about taking care of their pets. Dogs roaming constantly - although someone called the animal cops and put an end to that.... 3 stray roaming cats that I know of... and then theres the neighbor whose cat just had kittens and she gave them out to all the neighborhood kids when the kittens were just a few weeks old... and the ones that she couldn't find homes for yet the two kids across the street were playing with in their driveway. They offered DH one, but he turned them down... although it did give me a chance to explain to the kids that these cats were too young to be away from their mom and really shouldn't be outside (way too young to have shots, so they really could catch anything...)
But I do what I can. I don't think I'd be able to take him in and be a furever home (he seems a bit too feral still)... but I've had outdoor ferals before and they were always well taken care of... so I'll do what I can for him.
It's really just a shame. Sometimes I think there should be a class in school (or at least a mandatory assembly) talking about proper pet care.. because the kids are obviously not learning it at home....
Erm sorry... I'm a babbler