I’m taking a break from feral cat updates to share a look at this week’s weather here in the Texas Hill Country. We awoke Monday to 4 inches of snow. It all stayed on the ground until Wednesday afternoon when we finally got above freezing to a high of 41 degrees. But it cooled off and started to snow again on Thursday morning. We had between 3 and 4 inches of new snow by dark. Monday’s snowfall was small, dry, powdery flakes. Thursday’s was large wet flakes. The first 3 photos below are from Monday. The last is from Thursday. More photos are in Loretta’s smugmug page, here.
And just to stay in the spirit of Feral Cat Fridays, here’s a MiniMo update. She is out of the crate and wandering my study. She shows no urge to go outside and seems happy to nap on chairs and on her heated pad in the crate. We’re leaving the crate door propped open and the pad on low heat even though the room is at 68 degrees. She seems to like the extra warmth on her old bones. So far it looks like she’s headed for an indoor life in her senior years. She’s even starting to like a little contact.
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