Rescuing Freeda the Cat

January 3, 2017

We had been feeding this little feral cat named “Little Tiger” for a few years, but usually had to stand guard to let her eat because the other tougher feral cats would scare her off.  She had obviously belonged to someone somewhere and was more than willing to be an insider again.  So when the first week of January 2017 brought a promise of very low temperatures, in the teens, we gave in and brought her in.

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And here she is back at home with her new friend Tom, and beginning to explore her new home.  We changed her name from Little Tiger to Freeda since she was adopted as an indoor cat on a Friday, which Tom calls the “Free Day.”

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