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© Vic Gore
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UploadedSeptember 12, 2011
TakenMay 6, 2011
MakePanasonic
ModelDMC-FZ50
Exposure1/125 sec at f/2.8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length7.4 mm
ISO250
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once feral, this cat is now happy for us to feed and house it in an out door shed ! .. after 11 years of being a feral wild cat it has seen the benefits of home comforts on becoming completely deaf. We first spotted her in the garden 11 years back when she had a snare wire wrapped around her side, it had been around her for so long the skin had healed over the wire. We had to get a cat trap to catch her, the local vet removed the wire and repaired the damage it had done. within a month she was able to be released back into the garden, as the vet advised she went back to the area she knew. he was blooded and covered in scratch marks from trying to tend to her ... the vet advised we put food down for her in the garden and allow her to live the life of freedom that she was born to. some times she would attack us if we were too close to her, but now she is almost like a loving domestic cat, except she will still not come too close to the cottage. She went deaf about 2 years back.

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  • je suis moi

    je suis moi   gave props (14 Sep 2011):

    Thank you so much for taking care of the kitty... God Bless the Animals

  • Steven Schutz

    Steven Schutz gave props (16 Oct 2011):

    I echo je's comment...dam the traps and metal that harmed this animal...What a great narrative...I wish more would write..more..

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