Roxy is.. I guess he's outdoor, because since I moved back in at home I can't really have him indoor, but he's inside probably 1/3rd of the time. I cheat lol. But when I move he'll come with me--inside. I don't really feed his brother because he's taken to my grandmother's porch who lives down the street, so she feeds him and he's been guardedly snacking there for about a month now. I do have a few traps but would rather get him in a less stressful way, especially with how bold he was last night. I have hopes that he'll come around. But the main problem is that I am completely dead flat broke (well, almost) due to graduating and not being able to find even a min wage job, so the whole vet thing is really hard for me. so I'm trying to figure out a way to get $$$ in my area. I can definitely support roxy, I'd sell everything I own if I had to, but this new cat, I don't know. The necessities of life I can do, but as far as the possiblity of future medical care, I don't know. I wish people wouldn't drop their animals off in the middle of nowhere.
This one is a lot more "wild" than roxy was, probably because now he's got to be well over a year old and has not been introduced to humans until very recently. I can't believe these guys made it through last winter. There used to be 4-5 of them but now it just seems that roxy and his brother are left, atleast they are the only ones willing to be seen. They used to have a beautiful all black brother who was BAD, lol, and I wanted him so bad but he just disappeared months ago and never returned
There has to be a colony around here but being that I am surrounding by hundreds and hundreds of acres of farmland, most of which is not owned by my family, I very much doubt that I will be able to find them, but I do my best to help out the stragglers. It's kinda of been a thing for me since I was a kid. My parents hate cats but at one time we had as many as 11 just because I couldn't stand not to take care of them. They all came to us, as most do around here for some reason. I can't ever remember being without cats.
Anyhow, I haven't had a cat since moving back, then roxy came into my life, and now he's bringing the relatives. I'm thankful but at a point in my life where I can't really take on the responsibility of having a bunch of cats. Don't get me wrong, I would love to, but I really wouldn't be able to provide them with all they need. So I don't know what to do.. but am still thrilled that he didn't run like a bat out of hell when he saw me..