September 16th 2012 6:52 pm
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The Mama got a good look at the supposed new cat, and she was right, it's not one of the regular blacks, and it doesn't have a clipped ear, so it hasn't been spayed. She can't say whether it's male or not, though it seems bigger than most of the other ferals. She feels a certainty now that this is the explanation of what happened to the kittens.

She can't feel that any blame attaches to this feral black; it was doing what Nature has programmed it to do. He has been coming to dinner now the past couple of days. Life goes on for the rest of the colony; I guess he's part of it now.

Purred by: Zachery Tristan (Catster Member)

September 16th 2012 at 7:25 pm

Said it before say it again....sometimes nature sux. I love watching hawks fly but after I seen one with an helpless baby bird in it's talons and a Momma Bird biting at it's tail as they flown by...I'm not so big on hawks anymore, a matter of fact I can't stand them and there is sooooo many of them here. Good news is a minute later we seen a bird and a smaller bird fly by together. We like to thank the hawk said this is not worth it and dropped the baby. And I also used to be infatuated with Owls till earlier this year when I saved that baby Oreo from the huge Owl on our back deck.

On a brighter note about the subject, a Mom Great White Shark carries several babies, which in turn eats each other in the womb. strongest baby is birthed. Reason this is good? Cause 1 Great White baby is better than 5 or 6.

Sorry about your babies.
Purred by: ♥ Jezebel RIP ♥ (Catster Member)

September 16th 2012 at 10:23 pm

Sad about the babies, sometimes nature does kinda suck.
Purred by: ♥Sam (Catster Member)

September 17th 2012 at 1:56 pm

Paws crossed they are just hiding, Or someone took them in.




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