Monday, April 9, 2012

Holy Week

It is Holy Week here, and Sunday night ours started off with a melted router.  It's a long story, but suffice it to say it had something to do with a halogen lamp and a small fast cat named Minnow.  While we have replaced our router, a day off from the Internet was refreshing, so I am going to take the week off from the Internet, because our router is not the only thing that needs resurrecting.

To catch you up - the only cats we trapped on Sunday night were two who were spayed, one, our neighbor's cat Julie, and the other, our old friend Sylvia.  : \  Our pickings are getting slim since we can't trap pregnant or nursing mothers, the males are somewhat distracted right now and not interested in our food, and there are more people about, summer visitors, making privacy and maneuvering extra difficult.  Our feedings have moved to the wee hours of the morning; I start at 4AM at the park and Nik starts about an hour later.  This morning at the upper park near the parking lot, there were 7 cats,  nearly all of them new.  The food I am leaving for Strike her must be attracting them.  There was also a hedgehog, eating happily next to the cats.

Holy Tuesday - The Parable of the Wise and Foolish Virgins

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