Mr. (Gray) Chonko and Mrs. (Black) Chonko are two ferals that the Human feeds twice a week (don't worry though--other peeps feed them all the other days).
Although normally I would be offended at her being with Other Cats, I do not begrudge the Mr. & Mrs. their daily foods (though as you might guess from their nickname, they lack the lean and hungry look of true ferals, who actually have to kill their own dinners).
They are elderly for feral cats, at about 12 for Gray Boy and 10 or so for the Mrs. They are accustomed enough to the Human now that they don't bolt in fear, though Mr. Chonko is braver than his other half. The Human has become very fond of them, though they don't allow touching, and even if they did, she wouldn't, as they should not become too complacent around Humans.
Awww, I'm glad your human takes them their meals, they sure do appreciate it.
I am glad your human and others take care of them. I feel so bad for ferals. XO
Spitty, it is so nice that Mom Mary and others take such good care of the Mr. and Mrs. We are certain that is what has allowed them to have such long lives. Thanks for sharing. XOCK, angel Lily Olivia, angel Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo, Cooper Murphy and Sawyer
It is good that Mr and Mrs Chonko have your human and others to feed them.
That's very kind of your Human to feed Mr. and Mrs. Chonko a couple of days a week AND it's nice others "fill in" the other days. No doubt they are VERY VERY happy to have regular feedings. Ferals find good shelter too so no doubt they have places they can rest safely. Your Human gets a big STAR. Truly.
Hugs, Teddy (the Bachelor Chonk)
Your human and the others who feed and care for Mr. and Mrs. Chonko are good peeps, Spitty. Thumbs and paws up! XO
Spitty, the same thing happens to me; one gets to love the feral cats even if we cannot pet them!
They look like a happy pair and we wish them all the success a feral can enjoy. Three cheers for your Mum
Very nice of your human to feed the Chonkos Spitty. Way too many community cats have been abandoned by their humans and left to fend for themselves. The least we can all do is make sure they are spayed or neutered as the case may be and then give them the best care we can. Kudos to your human and to you for understanding.
Those two are lucky to have humans taking care of them.
You are generous to share your slave with Other Cats.
Emma and Buster
That is great how your human and the others take care if these kitties. Wow! A whole 7 days straight of posts!!! It has been so nice popping in to read all week. Dot, Mack, Teddy and MargMom
I agree with Photo Cache - it is very good of you to share your Human.
I let TW feed less fortunate cats with the food I reject cos, you know, throwing it away would be a sin.
We think it is very considerate of you ta tolerate te Chonkos as they struggle to get along in their lives. Quite Kingly...
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