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The drain cats are doing OK

By johnboy 24 October 2010 45

[First filed: Oct 23, 2010 @ 23:20]

Drain cat

Woden’s drain cats have occupied a lot of attention.

Fortunately FS from Urban Adventure has been able to report that despite recent rains the cats have proven more resilient than Cotter River bridges.

The cats abide.

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terubo 9:34 pm 12 Nov 10

I have alerted my favourite South Korean restaurant.

UrbanAdventure.org 7:09 pm 12 Nov 10

I popped in about 2pm and fed them some (plain brand) kitty food. I counted 9, 7 healthy adults, and two tiny little kittens that would be only a month old I suspect. The little kittens were reasonably curious but their mumma cat kept them out of harms way. Mumma cat also has another kitten that I guess is some where between 6 and 10 months old.

carnardly 4:18 pm 12 Nov 10

9 healthy adult ones there last night. Rode past again today and obviously slowed too much for one’s liking as he did the bolt.

p1 3:12 pm 03 Nov 10

Numbers were high as ever during my lunch time constitutional.

Captain RAAF 2:10 pm 03 Nov 10

arescarti42 said :

Thoroughly Smashed said :

So do we need to send Captain RAAF out there with his F88?

I think you’ll find that Captain RAAF prefers steel jaw traps and fireworks.

Negative, Arsecat. too much stuffing around.

Five will get you fifty the cat population there will miraculously shrink in the coming weeks/months….

OP, thanks for the photo’s, makes it very easy to narrow down.

(skips away, whistling)

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