Last night, driving down to pick up cats 11 and 12, and leave traps set for cats 13 and 14, which almost immediately were caught, after I left, driving wet snow lashed down, driven by wind.
Soon, the driving swirling snow became a dreamland, creating almost zero visibility. By the time I arrived at the colony, picked up the two cats in traps, set two more traps and headed home, something that took less than ten minutes, the snow was accumulating on the road.
I had my camera on, hung by one strap around my neck, secured by a second.
Some don't like to see their return. Because of the lambs they're after. The moment they exit the womb the eagles want them.
I remember when I worked that big 60 cat colony, all those cats and kittens left behind, the kittens began to vanish and it was the eagles carrying them off.
I have ten spay neuter reservations today, for the 14 lookalike cats caught thus far. The other four, plus anymore I catch today, will be fixed Thursday. I'll hold them til then. Dats a lot of cats, but sure will make a big difference fast there.
Outside right now----slush on the street. Shouldn't be too bad driving up the ten to the clinic.