Earlier we talked about Outdoor Kitty. Lets compare photos, the one on the left is from the other night, the one on the right from October. The difference? About 50°C. The one on the left is about -25°C, the one on the right about 25°C. You can see the little cat house in the background on each. So, for the last years, the cat has been a friend from a distance. What has changed as he has aged and the temperature has dropped?
Well, it turns out that as feral cats get older, and fed more regularly, and the weather drops, they eventually drop their distance-based disdain, and, well, have a look.
Seems all it takes is an extended cold-snap to make me seem acceptable.
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