Sunday, September 07, 2008

Neighborhood Cats

My humans like to keep track of all the neighborhood Cats. I would like to keep track of them too, but since I'm not allowed outside, I can only do so from our windows.

You may remember this Cat -

Scruffy - from a few previous posts. Mom and Dad call him "Scruffy." Of all the neighborhood Cats, he's been here the longest.

Mom used to feed him, but nowadays, a lady downstairs usually feeds him. She calls him "Theodore." We recently found out however, that his own humans call him "Patrick." He never goes home because he doesn't like their dog. They may be moving away soon and plan to take Patrick with them. So he may not be a neighborhood Cat for much longer.

Bitsey -

Bitsey - has been around for awhile too, and has been seen in a couple of my blog posts. He lives in the next breezeway over and doesn't come around much anymore.

Tigger -

Tigger - lives downstairs with the lady who feeds Scruffy. Tigger is the only other Cat that Scruffy gets along with. Tigger is friendly and old.

This Cat -

Tinkerbell - has recently started showing up outside. Mom calls her "Tinkerbell" because she has a little bell around her neck and she is playfully flighty. She amuses herself with leaves, sticks, and invisible bugs. We only see this one once in awhile and aren't certain where she lives.

This Cat however -

BJ1
BJ2- Mom feels sorry for. He seems to live in the bushes and is very shy. He is always hungry and Mom fed him a couple of times. Then she noticed some wounds on the inside of his back leg and she started treating them. She's still trying to find out who he belongs too.

Life on the outside is so much more interesting.

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17 Comments:

At Sunday, September 07, 2008 7:02:00 AM, Blogger Parker said...

Bless your Mommy for helping that poor kitty. I think outside is interesting, but not very safe!

 
At Sunday, September 07, 2008 9:57:00 AM, Blogger Renee said...

Your mom is very nice for taking care of all them kitties, but they have a very rough life out there. In my neighborhood we see "lost cat" signs all the time and I always wonder if the kitties might be coyote food. There's also a big road nearby that they could get hurt on.

I hope you realize how lucky you are to live inside.

 
At Sunday, September 07, 2008 1:34:00 PM, Blogger Cheysuli and gemini said...

Oh poor Kitty. I hope your person finds his home.

 
At Sunday, September 07, 2008 7:10:00 PM, Blogger Kelly Cat said...

It's a tough life for a cat without a good home. Fortunately there are some caring humans like your mom who help them.

 
At Sunday, September 07, 2008 9:18:00 PM, Blogger Kathy said...

Maybe your Mom should take in the cat with owies, Uncle Rascal...our Mama was awfully thin and tired. She had some hurts, too. Then we were grabbed by our Mom and Dad and now everyone has food and we're all warm at night. I haven't seen them, but Mom says taht my brother and sisters (Moose, Dottie, Dora and Pippi) are all in loving homes and are happy.
Mooch and I are happy too, but I wish they would get a bigger Crow's Nest in his cat tree 'cause Mooch takes up all the room.
Your Mom and Dad sound like very nice peepul.

L'il Rascal
in Airy Zona

 
At Tuesday, September 09, 2008 6:38:00 AM, Blogger Dorothy said...

We have a cat on our road like Scruffy - he stopped going home because of a new dog.

He was eating next door where our neighbour feeds a stray. He went in several houses - even tried ours - and was getting in to territory fights as he tried to find a new home. He's adopted a couple of people now and has moved in with them. They were a bit surprised and say they really didn't want a cat, but the "wee little fellow" as they call him was happy to take them on.

 
At Tuesday, September 09, 2008 5:09:00 PM, Blogger Tina T-P said...

Your Momma is a very good bean to help all those kitties and keep track of where they belong. I hope she can figure out something about the one with the orange tail. XOX T.

 
At Tuesday, September 09, 2008 5:35:00 PM, Blogger Sunny's Mommy said...

Life out of doors may be more interesting, but it's not safe for kitties. I hope your Mom is able to find out if anyone, or who, owns the last cat. It's very nice of her to feed him and try to take care of him.

 
At Tuesday, September 09, 2008 7:45:00 PM, Blogger Jan's Funny Farm said...

You have lots of kitties to keep track of around there. Your mom sounds like a nice lady, feeding and helping other kitties.

 
At Tuesday, September 09, 2008 8:29:00 PM, Blogger Jimmy Joe said...

Boy, that is very thoughtful of you both to keep an eye on the kitties outside and to see if they need help.
Your buddy, Jimmy Joe

 
At Thursday, September 11, 2008 1:28:00 AM, Blogger Just Sharlene and My Spice Cats said...

Wow, you go so many friends outside. The Spice Cats are not allowed outdoors too. The only cat that comes visit sometimes in our frontyard is the carpet cat.

 
At Thursday, September 11, 2008 2:50:00 PM, Anonymous Miz Allie Cat said...

how nice of mom helping others. :) I just gave you an award go over and check it out...

 
At Saturday, September 13, 2008 4:28:00 PM, Blogger Les Trois Chats said...

Hi Rascal, I am going to all the blogs on our list to let you know that we are deleting "Les Trois Chats." Momma is too busy to let us blog anymore - she has had a hard time blogging for herself even. We are actually now Les Quatre Chats anyway as we added LOLA in June, who is a POOP and has put me to shame as the alpha cat around here... even though, yes, she's a GIRL. (I know, SO emasculating! I need a treat or twenty to comfort me...)

We so enjoyed our time with all of you. Au revoir, mon ami,

Moose

 
At Tuesday, September 16, 2008 2:30:00 AM, Blogger T'Abby Normal said...

They look like a fun collection of cats! Even though I know that cats are all very distinct from one another, the great variety in their personalities always fills me with wonder.

Purrs,
Ms. C of Abby Normal

 
At Tuesday, September 16, 2008 9:20:00 PM, Blogger William said...

Your mom sure is nice to look after those kids. I'm sure glad I don't have to fend for myself, it's scary!

 
At Thursday, September 18, 2008 1:47:00 PM, Blogger Junior said...

That is so wonderful that your MOm is taking care of that last cat. We all deserve to be treated with love and care!

 
At Wednesday, October 01, 2008 2:12:00 PM, Anonymous Whicky Wuudler said...

Your Mom is so kind to help out the injured kitty. He looks like he needs a friend.

 

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