Jake's now the star of his own blog. To follow his story go to http://firstname.lastname@example.org for the rest of the story....
George is having an afternoon snack on the back feeder. Most of the food is in the lobby of their condo unit - a fancy way of describing their dwellings, for sure, but it keeps them warm and dry.
George was one of the first cat's I TNR'd out of my yard. One of 19 out of my yard! I think he and some of the others spent time on the enclosed porch before we got here, we being Bella, my Belgian Shepard Lab mix and I. The former owner's caretaker use to love the cats and she and a couple of the neighbors fed them (mostly people scraps) and watched them all grow. I think the porch is where the last batch of kittens, (now 4 years old) Tootie, Stella and Baby were born to George and Coco - a sweet little calico you'll meet Word is, when Mary (former owner) died, she took or got homes for as many as she could but couldn't take all the street cats. Because of his obvious contact with people, George is people friendly after he trusts you. He's really sweet and loves his lovin'. He's a regular at the back and front feeders but he doesn't live here. He lives a door or few north. George is headed to the vet on the 31st with a reoccuring eye problem. This will be George's first time at the vet - should be interesting! Aside from his eye problem George is a pretty robust cat who scales the cyclone fence with ease to come for a snack or to feed.