Six of the 15 were boys. Here they are:
And the nine girls!
The 16th is another from the Lebanon Big Boys colony--a polydactyl all black manx. I don't know if it's another big boy. Haven't checked the records. Picked him up last night, on the way back from the other colony. The Lebanon folks met me at the Shell station. The Shell station is the new cat drop off pick up. Used to be Leathers gas station there on 34 at I5. But now it's the Shell station. Things change.
I'd left the Lebanon folks two traps. They still have one really big boy to catch and the two indoor tame boys who are scheduled to be fixed Monday.
And the female with kittens somewhere. We're cutting it down though, cat by cat.
The 17th and 18th cats were two Albany kitties, taken in as strays.
And the 19th is the prize of the century, the big problem tom from the Side by Side colonies in Albany, a fighter, who injures other cats badly, really lousy attitude and I hope that improves, with the loss of the major male bad attitude organs. He's a nice looking guy. The big males, once neutered, are often the nicest cats on earth. Let's hope niceness takes over this big guy in three weeks to one month. I've been after him since January.
With his capture, I'm done there. Feels good to be done somewhere.
I'm totally zonkered senseless. I did sleep several hours at the rest area.
It's Miller Time.