We recieved a few inches of snow over night last night so my two ferals, Marjorie and HamCat decided to stay in the bushes by my building today the whole day. I guess they don't like wet feet. They were joined by another cat that I had been seeing on campus, unfortunately I didn't see her kitten, but he is probably near by. This new cat came and went, but Marjorie and HamCat seem to be waiting for the snow to melt. They usually arrive at 6 PM and leave around 8 in the morning. I had to put out more food twice because the new cat ate half of it and because they are spending the day here as well. They must have known the storm was coming because I put out the food early, around 4 PM and when I went inside I looked out the window and they were both eating already. They must have been waiting for me. Luckily it isn't below freezing and I was able to put out a larger bowl with water in it. They emptied the other bowl twice during the night, I blame it on the super hungry newcomer. Looks like I am starting to form a colony, from 1 to 2 to now 3 cats.
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11/21/08 at 6:08am