NATURAL SUPPLIES FOR PETS

1/31/14

Ferals are doing well for their age




Grizzabella (the black one) is looking quite ragged - she just does not have the energy she used to. Bootsy seems to be a little more energetic, though he is less so than he used to be. They are both 6 1/2 years old. I guess that's quite a high age for two ferals. I remember their mothers nursing them on our back porch.


6 comments:

Katie Isabella said...

God loves them. Every fur on their bodies is noted.

Prancer Pie said...

Bless them (and you). That seems to be quite an advanced age for ferals, indeed!

XOXO

SquirrelQueen said...

That is a ripe old age for ferals but with care from wonderful folks like you who knows. Grizzabella reminds me of my Cindi Lou.

The Chair Speaks said...

They are lovely! Both look well-fed and cared for. Purrs from all of us!

Brian said...

Well they look loved and appreciated. I know they sure do love what you do for them!

Bellen said...

I feel sorry for feral cats, having to struggle all the time just to survive. The ones you keep an eye on struggle much less, thank goodness, but it still must be a hard life.

Thank you for your comments on Tucker. He is pooping, inconsistently, but seems despondent. Now that he is off the Cisapride, maybe he won't feel that he must poop all the time - even though he does only once in a while. I hope that is what is making him feel low.