Saturday, May 10, 2014

The Front Yard Cats



Look carefully in that pot.....do you see those cats?
They live across the street.

They do not like to be photographed.
 They're Front Yard Cats.  The mother cat and three kittens were dumped at that house.

Those people feed the feral cats in the area, so sometimes they get animals dumped at their house.
J & B have a Vet who helps them out when they find sick cats.
He gives them a discount on fees.

J & B have indoor cats, backyard cats and two Jack Russells
 who were also abandoned.
The local shelter was overflowing with cats when these arrived.  So they were given medical check ups, spayed and allowed to live in the Front Yard.

We watch them ALL the time,

because they frequently forget WHICH Front Yard they're allowed to stay in. We have to remind them.

Would you believe.....at night, they sneak into OUR garden?!!



20 comments:

  1. A dogs work is never done !

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  2. I believe ... I believe!!! Sneaky things, cats!! You gotta keep 'em out of YOUR garden.

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  3. OMD that would mean a bark fest over here. Now your peeps know why Homeland Security is so important. What lovely people. Have a super Saturday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  4. WILD CATS.... We see WILD CATS... Not to be confused with the GOOD ones that have blogs... Like Mayoress Madi.... WILD CATS are NOT to be Tolerated.
    Good that you are ... vigilant except when you are Off Duty fur the night.

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  5. Wow, those kitties want to help with gardening! BOL Great job keeping an eye on them and making sure they know which yard is which. Maybe they are secretly planting catnip there.
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, Pol Comm

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  6. What's with those peeps who dump animals on someone else?

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  7. We can't believe those kitties have the nerve to venture into YOUR yard!

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

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  8. So probably no cats are going to be dumped in YOUR yard!!

    -Bart, Ruby and Otto

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  9. we have one of those too - it lives across the road but like to sleep in the bushes in our front yard - dog oh dog do we love scaring the be-geebies out of it !

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  10. You gotta teach them to obey the rules!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  11. Gettin' into YOUR yardie???? NO!! I thinks you and Roxy should do a night time recognizance and catch em' in the act and scare the poop outta them!! BOL
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  12. Those are some very nice neighbors to help the abandoned kitties. But they need to learn to watch their boundaries:) We think some kitty sneaks in our yard at night too - he wouldn't dare even think about it if we were out there.

    Have a good weekend.

    Woos - Phantom, Ciara, and Lightning

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  13. OMCs.....thank goodness for folks like J&B. NOW WE NEED TO BE SURE THOSE KITTIES GO TO finishing school where they will be taught to stay out of your FRONT Yard!!!
    Lots of hugs madi your bfff

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  14. We had stray cats living in our hedge most of the winter. One day one came into our yard. We chased that pest up a tree and made him sit there for hours till Mom felt sorry for him and helped him down.

    Now we have bunnies invading the yard at night.

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  15. How nice of your neighbors to help those kitties but they need to learn to stay in their own yard.

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  16. You have good neighbours, but those cats need to know their place :-)

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  17. We need more people like your kind neighbours. But you poor girls need to work extra hard due to their act of kindness! Not fair. Kitty cats in your garden? Let us know if you need help, anytime.
    Wags,
    Ginger, Buddy n Shadow

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  18. How dare those kitties sneak into your property! Your neighbour deserves an award for being such a selfless animal lover, though.

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  19. Ah yes. Apparently, being the front yard cats meant not limiting themselves in just a single front yard. LOL.

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