The Feral War
A couple of years ago, a neighbor moved and left their cats. Well, cats do what cats do and eventually, the feral population on our street exploded. The result has been a lot of inbreeding with strange results, cat fights and the necessity of wearing shoes to walk across the lawn. There was a lot of complaining in the neighborhood about the rampant escalation in the cat population. Finally, our feline, Woody the Cat, told us we needed to do something about the situation. We did. We bought a food truck, parked it in front of the house and began setting traps. The feral population has declined to the point that either the cats have moved to another neighborhood or we have reached the de-saturation point. Oddly, I've noticed another food truck parked a couple of streets away named Kitty's Delight and it seems some of our neighbors have gone missing.
Carpinteria, California 2010
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