You have already met Grace, the cat who is my primary responsibility while house sitting in Venta Micena.
But each morning, her colleagues are waiting outside, looking at me pleadingly and full of hope.
Of course I cannot resist, and thus there is food for every cat in the village.
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Great post 😁
And now, one of these public cats got cute little kitties!
Photos and videos coming soon.
I think some of them, at least, may be her relatives, rather than her “colleagues”!, Maybe even her kittens!!! There is a family resemblance. So I’m sure she is very grateful for your hospitality towards them! XX
I am not so sure about that because all the other cats are comparatively fat, which is strange because Grace is the only non-homeless one.
But between the public cats, most of them are definitely related. Some of them look so similar that I still cannot tell them apart.
The owners of that house now have a dozen cats for life.
No need to worry!
1) The owners also feed the cats when they are there and instructed me to carry out that task.
2) I took the food to the center of the village and didn’t feed the cats at the house. But I noticed that cats are clever and they found out where the caring person lives, waiting in front of the house every morning and every afternoon.
Twice, I noticed that someone else had come to the village to feed the cats and I assume they live with people in the summer when the other houses are inhabited, too.
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