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Our newest little barn kitty, Ruffles(he's a boy, but grandgirl #1 insisted he should be called Ruffles). He's from our latest and hopefully last litter of kittens, the rest having found good homes already. He's a keeper. Note the extra toes on his feet. His mom has been bringing him a wide variety of wild game to eat and he's just starting to venture out of the safety of the homestead and into the fringe of the woods around the meadow in search of his own hot meals. View attachment 12838
Congrats @Beekissed - Ruffles is this week's POW! We'd like to see what he looks like now. :celebrate
 

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Thanks! I'll try to get a more recent pic of him....shouldn't be hard, as he's such a mooch and always wanting attention or food.
 

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Our newest little barn kitty, Ruffles(he's a boy, but grandgirl #1 insisted he should be called Ruffles). He's from our latest and hopefully last litter of kittens, the rest having found good homes already. He's a keeper. Note the extra toes on his feet. His mom has been bringing him a wide variety of wild game to eat and he's just starting to venture out of the safety of the homestead and into the fringe of the woods around the meadow in search of his own hot meals. View attachment 12838
I like him, maybe a little to much. We are still catless, but animals tend to find me so I wouldn't be surprised if one shows up.
 

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I like him, maybe a little to much. We are still catless, but animals tend to find me so I wouldn't be surprised if one shows up.
He's pretty likable and would make someone a lovely house cat....he's pretty much a sooner cat(sooner hunt the feed bowl than anything else.) :D
 

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@Beekissed I have 5 sooner cats in our barn also. Although they like to go next door and hunt the bluebirds ... :(
The neighbor barks like a dog at them to scare them away when they are hunting the birds. This is the neighbor that likes my ginny hens. I think I will pick up one of the super-soaker water guns for her to use on the cats when they are bothering the birds. She may enjoy that and they may learn to stay home.

We have 2 that we know would love to be house cats - they always come running and want to be picked up and snuggled.
 
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