Automobiles from another era:
Ford XXI concept 1962.... That clear top would be tough in the sun! I also cannot figure the 4 front tires.
We are in town here, it is amazing how much wildlife exists. Just the other day a big doe was walking by. That isn’t unusual. I can handle the coons in the back yard but not in the basement.
I had a fool proof system….. I thought. With a ladder inside and one on the other side in the shed, with the window in between open a couple inches for mama cat to squeeze in and out at night when she needed it. It wasn’t long until I realized the coons were doing the same.
It is easy to tell a coon has been inside and into the cat’s food. The water bowl is next to the food. When the water is nasty in the mornings, I know coons have visited.
I have closed the entrance and have litter boxes for the cats. So that is not a problem. BUT teaching the cats to all get in the basement before curfew 9PM, has become a problem. Tonight, momma and the ‘Duece’ (female kitty) would not come in, so the little Tom’s (Ace & Trey) are inside.
I will have a talk with them in the morning, “All in or All out.” The outside cats can always get into the ‘Cat House’ thru ‘their door’, but the coons can also. They can also climb up on the rear engine of the Motor Home. That bothers me most, because the coons can too. Squirrels cost my BIL about a thousand dollars in damages on the generator system on his motor home by chewing up wires and tubes..
Being the BOSS(?) of feral cats, makes things tough, ! LOL