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The Cats on Slate

BEHOLD! The cats have pounced on @slate today. Thank you @beholdphotos and David Rosenberg BEHOLD the photoblog of Slate

They rest peacefully under an old cottonwood tree

They rest peacefully under an old cottonwood tree

Thank you all for being here with us today… Marty was a big loss for this family. Feral and domestic.
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Published:
New York Times Lens Blog
http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/05/02/family-photos-of-feral-felines/

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Marty now rests beside Daisy

Marty now rests beside Daisy, the little stillborn kitten from this spring.

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Published:
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http://lens.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/05/02/family-photos-of-feral-felines/

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Marty’s last catches

Marty’s last catches

I began collecting them and freezing them for some unknown purpose. Today we bury her with her little critters.
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Artful and Disarming Photos of a Feral Cat Colony

Marty at Rest

Marty at Rest

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Published:
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Artful and Disarming Photos of a Feral Cat Colony

Buddy and Ernie with Marty

Buddy and Ernie with Marty just now… Published:
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Marty2013-2014

Marty
2013-2014
Her cry sounded like that of a balloon when pinched and squeezed. She climbed over the house to visit our bedroom window each morning. Her catches, she’d share them with us: leaving a mole a shrew or a vole of sorts. She was the runt, a look alike to her mother, Ernie. She was kind and sweet and swift on her feet. Little Miss I’d like to say. She was the sweetest little feral kitty. She was spayed by cats anonymous and enjoyed a life most cats would love. She will be missed and remembered. Good bye my little Miss Marty.
Published:
New York Times Lens Blog

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Artful and Disarming Photos of a Feral Cat Colony