I didn't even know he was out there til a few weeks ago. Was arriving back home, just after dark and startled him in my yard. I set the trap, but I caught the long hair Lynx Point I'd seen only twice before instead of Tiny. I named him Linksee and he's a wild thing, neutered now though.
So I waited til the monsoons let up some before setting it again. See I thought the black tux was this long last cat from a couple blocks away, went missing over a year ago. But that black tux was neutered and short hair. Tiny is HUGE, long hair, had no chip and was not neutered.
I first thought Tiny might be tame, but he acted maybe half tame, like once owned tame. My guess is there may be an in heat female nearby.
Because I swore I saw a short hair black tux come up the driveway, the other night. He stopped as he saw me, and I looked away and when I looked back, he had vanished.
I'll just turn Tiny loose again, and he is welcome to eat here anytime. No problemo big boy. I can't have unfixed males coming through. They create mayhem with my cats. So Tiny is fixed now and welcome, should he get hungry.
Cat number 55. The numbers tell the story of this area and the uncared for cat populations here.
|Tiny. He loves food and lots of it. Maybe the worming will help. He had a high flea population, now dead, too.|