Today, Francis brought a female cat to be spayed under our sponsorship. The male (who is the brother) was neutered on Monday. These siblings' mother was also spayed under our sponsorship a few months ago when I first started the One-Street CNRM.
This is but one of the many community cats that Francis feeds on a daily basis at the playground in SS18.
This is exactly what we are striving for - to turn stray animals into community animals, to have one (or a few) people looking after them for the rest of their lives. To have NONE who will complain to the authorities. We'll provide the financial assistance for their spay-neuter and medical treatment.
If only people would stop complaining, we can create a harmonious way of living for us and the animals, living as one big community in our neighbourhood.
Despite all obstacles and the many challenges, shall we work towards achieving this?
I was hanging up the clothes yesterday morning and had left the back door open and when I went to close it, I found Bobby outside in Mac's place (Mac was Bobby's longtime "friend" of 13 years, he passed away of old age two years ago. Mac had to live in the backyard which we built up for him because Bobby and he could never get along - they were fighting for 13 years. Yes, Bobby is kind to kittens and cats, but not to dogs (in his hey day)).
So I went out to see why Bobby was there.....
I see...that's why!
Bagheera had gone out to explore Mac's place. And Bobby, though blind, had sensed it and followed her out to "keep an eye"(!) on her.
Hey, what are you doing?
I'm interested in his hairy thing....what is it?
Bobby IS keeping an eye on Bagheera....
Whenever the Blueys are not with me in the room, Tiger comes back.
Poor Tiger....he is my self-appointed bodyguard, but ever since the Blueys took over the room, he has been living outside, on the porch. That's cats politics and there's nothing I can do about it.
And to make matters worse, the Blueys have also taken over Tiger's baby baskets.
This time, unlike the time with the Sunnies, Tiger has not made any fuss.
These three were Bobby's lunch food connoisseurs yesterday.
Three food testers?
Yes, three layers of security...but er, by the time they finished, was there any food left for Bobby?
We and Uncle Bunny are doing the three-tiered food testing procedure for Uncle Bobby.
Nothing but the best for Uncle Bobby.
The testing procedure takes time, of course...
I gave this basket to the Blueys to play with to distract them from conquering Uncle Tiger's baby baskets, but there seemed to be a dispute over ownership yesterday. Maybe Uncle Tiger thinks all basket matters come under his jurisdiction? A tussle over ownership of the new basket? Uncle Bobby comes to the rescue...
Uncle Bobby says: Tiger, you already have two, let the Blueys have this new one.
And how can life ever be boring when the Blueys are around....!!