Barn Cats

Being on a farm, surrounded by grain fields, means barn cats. Gotta have ’em. It is the best way to deal with rodents, a good herd of barn cats.

One of our girls was a drop off. As in, someone drove down our gravel road at night and dropped her out the window. I say one, but 4 of our barn cats ended up here that way. In less than 2 months time.

We made a spot for them in our insulated garage, we put down food and fresh water, and we make sure there are warm shelters around the yard, in case they are caught in a storm and can’t make it back to the garage. The way weather changes around here, it has happened!

Yesterday, I caught one of our PoloCat’s kittens. A pretty little white, with Siamese points, girl.

Polo and her 2 kittens.

Polo and her 2 kittens.

Nursing little Peekaboo.

Nursing little Peekaboo.

Polo's MiniMe peeking out of the garage.

Polo’s Mini Me peeking out of the garage.

Popped right out and watching what I'm doing.

Popped right out and watching what I’m doing.

Peekaboo in my jacket, ready for a nap.

Peekaboo in my jacket, ready for a nap.

Sharing with Blog Paws, Create With Joy and Crafty Spices for Wordless Wednesday.

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4 thoughts on “Barn Cats

  1. gail says:

    what cute kittens

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  2. andreavituly says:

    they are so cute 🙂

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  3. Cathy Connolly says:

    such pretty babies 🙂

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  4. Toosh says:

    Irresistible kittens!!

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