Saturday, July 25, 2020

Still trying to figure feral cats

Gas Stations of History:

A mixture of two types of pumps. I would bet the center one, with the glass tank at top is kerosene or diesel.


For Sunday’s stuff:

Saturday after the shock of the resurrection of 5 cats, we went to Grandson Josh and wife Megan’s new home for a family cook out. WE had a great time.

BUT my mind still is in a puzzle of what happened? The tom cat that I had locked in the basement for its safety was out thru a window and was playing with the resurrected brothers and sisters like nothing had happened.

Michelle was also shocked, but did take one cat to be adopted. That leaves the mysterious five. They are acting normal, and hanging close to us when we are outside.

I still have a small ‘ache’ in my little finger where the copperhead bit me, but I am glad it is no worse.

I think our schedule says next week at this time we will be in Knoxville. The first scheduled stop of the cross the USA trip.

Nite Shipslog                       


I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

It's always great to get together with family and I'd say your kittens know that too. Glad you sill soon be able to travel. Take your time and enjoy the trip!

yaya said...

I can't keep up with your cat capers Jack! But I'm glad all's good so far and I hope they survive your cross country trek. Enjoy your trip and stay safe and if you're in our neck of the woods, drop on in!

Chatty Crone said...

You have one wild cat family!
Enjoy your trip.

Mevely317 said...

Those silly kitties must provide y'all with much enjoyment! They'll be puzzled and probably a little sad to see the coach pull out. Safe travels!

betty said...

How fun that you are getting out so very soon to start your cross country trip! Glad too that you just have a little residual discomfort from your snake bite! We are going to miss the adventures of the kitties while you are traveling and of course we will always have a special place in our hearts for Stormy!


Lisa said...

I know you kids are excited to get started on your trip. I can’t wait to hear all about it.
Glad all the “feral five” are back together and happy the lucky one got adopted.

Happy Monday