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[Editor: Vinnie is still in full “Axe Murder” mode when he sees me. This is not a good picture because it is cropped at full resolution, while most pictures are cleaned up on reduction. I am well away from him, but he is still on alert for any move in his direction.]

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1 jams O'Donnell { 11.27.09 at 2:13 am }

Axe murderer or not Vinnie is still a handsome little cat Bryan!
.-= last blog ..Ted in a box =-.

2 Bryan { 11.27.09 at 3:32 pm }

Actually, Jams, many of the feral cats act as if I am an axe murderer, Vinnie included. Being feral they know better than to head into the basement or attic to see what the strange noise was – they leave the area.

Horror flicks would be short and unexciting if they starred feral cats.

3 oldwhitelady { 11.27.09 at 11:17 pm }

I agree with Jams. Vinnie is one delightfully handsome kitty. Is he one of the kittens from the shed?
.-= last blog ..Friday Cat Blogging – two pretty girls =-.

4 Bryan { 11.27.09 at 11:32 pm }

I posted a picture of Vinnie back on August 14. He spends most of his time under my house unless it’s cool, then he seeks the sunshine. He has at least one surviving littermate who he will spend time with, but he’s is usually alone.

The littermate is even more paranoid, and if I didn’t see it with Vinnie I would assume it too was gone.

5 jams O'Donnell { 11.28.09 at 4:55 am }

Bebe still acts sometimes like the feral cat she was. She is generally content and very affectionate but her behaviour is still a little wilder than our neutered adolescent males! We got her when she was about 12 months old from a shelter. She already had her first litter but nobody wanted her but us!
.-= last blog ..Photo Hunt – Technology aka Upminster Windmill =-.

6 Bryan { 11.28.09 at 12:40 pm }

The training and conditioning of the first year never truly goes away, Jams. There are a lot of hard learned lessons during that time, and they kick in at odd moments. Ringo is the only indoor cat I have who can live outside among the ferals, but she isn’t a member of the clan, so she isn’t close to house when she goes outside, and dashes in at meal times, when the feral cats are occupied eating.