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Barn Cats

Posted by
Donna M Hughes (Port Matilda, Pennsylvania, United States) on 12 January 2015 in Animal & Insect.

A few of the many tabby cats that live in the barn at Walnut Hill Farm.

Walnut Hill Farm, November 26, 2014.

SONY SLT-A77V 1/60 second F/4.5 ISO 400 60 mm (35mm equiv.)

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Don - Slackwater from Spokane, United States

Since the cat looking at the camera is not running away, I assume they are not feral cats. They look as if they have something good to eat. A very good, detailed image of them.

12 Jan 2015 4:14pm

@Don - Slackwater: Hi Don. That depends on your definition of feral. I can scratch a few of them behind the ears, but none of them would let me pick them up. A number of them won't come closer than 6 feet. They wait until I move away from the area to come to eat. And a few others I rarely see. They run when anyone looks at them. I had to use a have-a-heart-trap to catch them to take them to be neutered. But they are all come for the feed we put out.

Tataze from Bourgogne, France

beautiful photo

12 Jan 2015 5:18pm

Josep from Barcelona, Spain

Lovely !! Adorable if they have a place to sleep and eat. If you can scratch some of them behind the eyes... you should be happy ! They trust you enough to allow it. :)

12 Jan 2015 6:34pm

L'Angevine from Angers, France


13 Jan 2015 9:09am