Hard-core feral softening up after 10 years
On Tue, 8 Aug 2017 04:43:29 -0000 (UTC), John Doe
Yep. Almost one month later, the trend continues. Slowly. At
first, she approached only when another cat was being
petted/scratched under my dangling arm. Now she might even be
approaching without another cat there. I have been able to
scratch near her tail. To which, at first she responded by
turning her head and phantom licking vigorously, like...
"So that's civilization!" Today was able to scratch her back
a little. It is weird, removed a tiny/small piece of crud
from her skin. My hand ends up furry every time. At some
point maybe I can brush it. Or take a vacuum to it (kidding).
Have kept it since before May 2007.
I may have mentioned before that my friend in San Diego had a feral
cat for over twenty years. Pity-Pat stayed under John's bed and
would only come out at night to eat and use the litter box.
She came out from under the bed at the end, I guess when she sensed
She was a sweet thing. I saw her very briefly only on a couple of