This weekend has been busy. I am watching some friends cats while they get away for the weekend.
Also I have 5 spots Monday and the spots are currently worth probably more than gold.
I spent several hours Friday night behind the gas station. What else am I going to do, I ask you. I only know of one unfixed cat there, the orange teenager. There are possibly others, but I haven't seen others who are not fixed, if there are others.
I saw in total about 9 cats, but all of them were fixed. No sighting of the third orange teen. His orange tux brother is fixed and so is his orange tabby sister.
Last night, after I cat sat, I met the feeder man of Colony 3, after dark behind the gas station. I handed him already baited set traps again. That's how he likes doing it. Whatever. He caught three but after a little over an hour, announced he was quitting. Ok.
He had told me three females at the colony had kittens in the last two weeks so he doesn't want to trap them. I nearly fainted. More litters there. There are only six surviving kittens from five adult females first litters. Two of the five adult females at least are fixed now. And five of the surviving kittens in all have been caught. Two are in Sweet HOme now with Lisa and her daughter who are doing great at taming them down. The other three get fixed tomorrow.
This afternoon late, after I cat sit, I will go back to the Lebanon colony and hopefully catch two more there, to round out for my five spots. I need to gas up. Gas prices have skyrocketed here in the last three weeks. Now a gallon of regular is $5.09, cheapest. Prices vary to almost $6 per gallon. Us little people can't handle these prices, said to whomever cares out there, if anyone does.
Here are the three kittens from Colony 3.
Wish me luck on getting two at the Lebanon colony. Wish us all luck on surviving these high prices. I don't know when it will end.