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Pepper isn't off the hook yet. The blood on the driveway could be some little critter the feral cats killed.
Or, it could be the missing feral's blood, but I am certain that it can't be Pepper, because she's been locked up and hasn't gotten out. Between Pepper and the outside feral cats, they are working me over. lol
I can't pet the outside ferals, but I still love them. I get attached to any animals I feed every day
TGIF,, I'll say hi to Giz and Obi for you Ruth.
TY for the votes, have a great Friday!
Veey cute pix Ruth. I didn't get drenched getting Ruby out Ruth, fortunately we have a screened in patio with a dog door we put in. I stay under cover LOL. But she got me up early again today, I swear this time change hasn't kicked in yet. Patrick how are you and your wife doing with the babies? And Pepper?? Mary we had almost 4" of rain last night. Whew, glad that's at a standstill for now. Runoff is a big worry up North now. Hope everyone is good and enjoy this Friday. Voted late last night.
Awwww, lazy kitty ready for weekend. Very cyoooot, Mandi. Glad you like mine. That's a lot of rain you had. Glad you didn't get drenched when taking Ruby out. I would love a screened in patio so Rohke could go outside, but then he would get too use to it, and want to always go out. he he. Good you are getting a break from the rain if even only a while. Hope there aren't major mud slides after. When we lived in Dana Point, CA in late 80s, a huge mudslide covered part of the Pacific Coast Hwy. going to San Clemente. It was a real hassle to find different routes if we could.
All of this is a lot to figure out, Patrick. I can understand how you get attached to the outside feral cats, and all of the animals you feed. Thanks for saying hi to Giz and Obi from me. Roars.
Hello Mary. Hope your weather is better today.
All have a fabulous TGIF. Voted.