Photos and stories about feral cats and a fortunate few who find love and homes. Full of beauty and sadness, feral cats are not trespassers nor are they alien invaders: feral cats are part of our natural world. This photo-blog documents the lives of feral cats; raw and real. It is not a place for studio portraits or carefully photoshopped pictures of fluffy purebred kittens. Real life is not always pretty, as you will see. This is the feral life.
On a cold day, there's nothing better than a nice pile of kitties to help one stay warm. This group just happened to be together on a very chilly but dry morning, and they didn't really want to move from their mound of warmth, so I got to take their picture. How many feral kitties do you see?
Good Guy Tabby dude is pretty chill, he really just wants to stay out of trouble and his eyes-half-closed look is saying, "I mean no harm and I'm not a threat to you." We understand, Good Guy. You're just chillin and being a feral cat, like always.
The spunky little brown tabby tom is caught here taking a little sun break on top of an old oil drum that we use for some art projects. It doesn't really matter what people use it for, though. It gets warm in the sun, and it's elevated, so... it's a cat bed. That's how things work!