I've been keeping a close eye out to see if there might be a Pied Piper in our neighborhood?
Our feral kittens and cats are gone.
All of them.
You might remember when I wrote about the feral cats.
They are all gone.
Mr. Jenny and I drove through the neighborhood this past weekend looking.
And not a one is to be seen.
The cat food and water has been untouched for five days.
The ugly black birds that like to sit on the waterfall at the end of our pool are back.
I saw a spider on the sidewalk yesterday morning.
The cats are all gone.
And I don't think in a good way.
But our neighborhood is so urban that I wonder how they might have been trapped or removed otherwise.
I checked Craigslist.
There are no ads there for Pied Piper services.
Or ads requesting Pied Piper services.
And, trust me. Don't google feral cat elimination.
Remember how badly the Pied Piper story ended?
In the year 1284 after the birth of Christ
From Hameln were led away
One hundred thirty children, born at this place
Led away by a piper into a mountain.
I need to cancel our appointment with the TNR (Trap, Neuter, Release) people.
And I need to hope that wherever these poor cats went, they didn't have to suffer getting there.