Alley Cats

The light grey strayThere seems to be many cats around the back alley these few days. Cats growling and howling at each other probably vying for a female’s attention or crossing path with other dominant males. Seems like Casper was able to hold his own ground. I didn’t see him running away like he used to. Casper had been his premium cat food pellet which the vet says will definitely give him bulk as compared with tuna can food. I guess he was right. Casper is a little bit bigger now, but he still demands for his tasty Japanese Careline tuna fish! Well once a day every evening and that’s it! He will have to settle his hunger with the premium food pellets.

Shelly, the tri-colored female feline.Seems like Shelly the tri-colored cat is the only female feline around the back alley. She must have really turned on every Tom cat around the area. I now see new cats coming from nowhere making all the cat calls, howling and hissing at each other.

I didn’t really see Casper until this hot Chinese New Year afternoon. He seems to be able to hang on around and the other cats are wary of him. I guess the extra weight that he gained sure paid off some dividends. They will snarl at him and he will snarl back! Deadlock stalemate which neither wants to get into a sore fight. Well I hope it stays that way!

Cika the cool orange ginger catThe orange ginger cat, Cika was the coolest cat around, so I guess they were quite chummy with each other. Though I have splattered Cika with water whenever he strayed into the house. No way am I going to let that fella come in and eat up the entire food pellet meant for Casper. Now he is rather wary of entering the house!

Now there’s another silver cat coming into the house too! Just my luck, my toy water pistol was broken. I think I would need to get another one. Comes in real handy for precision shot at them!

The Silver Haired CatThe back alley was beginning to become a cat community with all the cats about. Hope good old Casper can stand his ground with the ever encroaching cats!

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