wow, Your skewers look exactly like mine. I think we used the same recipe.
I don’t see as they would jump the fence. Thats a cozy yard. I like it. My dad lived on a road similar to yousr. He would open his garage door and let out his kitties, while he puttered around outside. Then after an hour he would call them back inside and feed them supper. That always worked for him.
I always laughed because it was like he was calling cows to the food bin.
I think you are right: they probably won’t jump the fence. there are plenty of shady spots to hide in, lots of chipmunks and squirrels, birds… On the north side though, we do need to check that the fence is good on the bottom: it’s a steep 2 foot drop with lots of raspberries, shrubs and weeds so it’s hard to see if there is space for a curious cat to squeeze through…
LOL! I like the cow image. I’ve been making a lot of noise when I feed them: tapping the can, singing a hungry cat song, pinging the pop-top on the lid, spoon chopping sound. I hope I’m teaching them that these noises, besides their names means it’s time to come in.
So far, only Sula has gone out…but just in case.
Oh yes I can see that summer could not really be kept a secret from cats. Do you have any pictures of Sula on a leash?
Well, so I was hoping…
Sorry, no picture of Sula outside on leash.
But Mikey and Gracie with a leash inside:
Mikey was about to jump on the bed rather than fold the laundry…
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