There weren't many cats out this evening but these two are always on their porch.
Buff & his youngster friend. I've posted this little tuxedo before as he is quite a character with the stash and all, but thankfully he is smart enough to stay away from dogs.
On our walk we pass by where I would turn up a road that leads to where the ferals are. Earlier this evening I was putting the food and water down and could see one waiting through my camera zoom. Waiting for me to leave so it could dine on a good meal. Anticipation...
Continuing on the walk, we came across a delightful sight.
Many people leave out food for birds and squirrels in this area and I suppose it isn't too strange to look out and find other wild-life having a piece of the pie. This, I'm sure, was a welcomed surprise for the home owners who live on a dead-end We were a good distance away when we took this photograph. You can see some bush behind these homes where I expect they spend most of their time.
We pass by many of these old 'painted ladies'. This one is directly across the street from our home. Gorgeous!
It's not tipping over...that's just me trying to take a photo and hold the dog's leash at the same time.
I took this for Hilary at http://crazyasaloom.blogspot.ca/ who loves the old homes and barns like I do. She often posts beautiful photos of barns in her area and if you haven't met Hilary you should get on over there right now. She's a great lady: very talented, funny, enjoys family time, soft-hearted for the feral cats and she loves her Roy. She has a give-away on right now so quit monkeying around and pop over to meet her.