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Southwedge Cats


Southwedge Cats

The group will focus on our feline neighbors--pets, strays, and ferals. Hopefully it will help us find out who's who, who's missing, etc.

Members: 36
Latest Activity: Apr 30, 2014

Discussion Forum


Started by elle chat Jun 21, 2012.

Feral kitties on Hamilton/Van Sts.

Started by Ali McGhee Jun 1, 2012.

Missing: black male cat from Mt Vernon Ave home

Started by Sarah O'Connor Oct 20, 2011.

Comment Wall

Comment by Lindsay and Chad on May 27, 2008 at 9:57pm
We have three cats..Cash, June, and Reggie. They are adorable, and entertaining, and make us very happy.

Cash goes outside and he's white with a grey tail, and a grey spot over his eye. He's very friendly so feel free to stay hi! He had lots of cat friends and visitors in our old neighborhood so it'll be interesting to see who he pals around with in the wedge.

It's great living in a cat-friendly community and we're having fun looking around and getting to know the neighbor cats (and people) :)
Comment by Carrie on July 20, 2008 at 5:27pm
hello cat-lovers :) i take care of the visitors & ferals too. My girlfriend teases me and calls me Dr. Doolittle...

We have 2 terrific brothers named Dolce & Gabbana. They are dapper 5-year-old indoor boys who love to watch the ladies out the window. Dolce is Mostly Grey with tan accents and a white mask and paws. Gabby is black with almost a matching mask and matching white paws.

Their favorite is the slinky indoor/outdoor cat next-door named Nikita. She is petite and has short back fur with stunning yellow eyes. She likes to come to our porch and stare at them through the door.

We are on Hamilton. Does anyone know who the big fluffy Tom is on our street? He doesn't get too close, so I'm not sure he's a people cat. He is fun to watch though!

I wish we could foster cats, but Dolce is a special boy and needs a low stress, consistent home environment.

Glad I found you!

the day we brought them home

the lazy boys now

Comment by Marta on July 21, 2008 at 6:19pm
Hey Carrie, where are you on Hamilton? What does the fluffy tom look like? I'm wondering if you've seen Stella, our feral (but now fixed) mom - she's a very fluffy brown tabby, but beleive me, it's all fluff ;-) If you go to my profile and check out my web site, there are photos of her.
Comment by Marta on August 20, 2008 at 6:16pm
Wow, we're growing! Welcome to all the new members!
Comment by Derrick Wright on August 23, 2008 at 4:09pm
Last night we believe our cat got out of the house. She goes by the name of Winnie. She is a short grey haired cat with lots of energy. She has never got out before, she is an indoor cat.

If anyone sees this cat around could you please send me an email at derrick.w.wright ~AT~

See pictures, visit here

Many thanks!
Comment by Carrie on December 9, 2008 at 8:12pm
Hello friends! We had a REALLY friendly and persistent visitor tonight! She tried to get in the front door many times, and followed us as we walked our new puppy. Wasn't hand shy at all and LOVED to talk! Our cats sat at the door for over an hour listening to her cry on our porch.

hanging out on Hamilton just west of South Ave.

Does she belong to anyone?? She is currently residing in a neighbor's house for the evening... REALLY interested in getting indoors, and ran in their front door.

Could this be Stella?? shoot me an e-mail at

Comment by Marta on January 3, 2009 at 9:01am
Hey guys--does anyone know about a young shrt haired gray cat that my neighbor has seen recently? She thinks it's young, but not a tiny kitten. Very much wanted to come in the other night, but Stella graciously gave up her cozy cat bed on the enclosed porch, so it had a warm place to sleep and all the food it could handle. The concern, of course, it that it got out accidentally and someone is looking for it.
Comment by Marta on June 6, 2009 at 12:47pm
Wow, it's great to see that our little group is growing, quiet though it may be ;-)
If you haven't already read my post in the main discussions, please check it out. We're very concerned about what is causing so many injuries to "our" ferals.
Comment by judith butson on August 30, 2009 at 12:03pm
I am a new member --found the site entirely by accident-as is anything I find on the net! Have 2 cats 1 a large b/w tuxedo male a lover! the other a small female coloring is grey and white tiger but has a lot of orange mixed in. they are indoor but go out in yard - it is fenced and so far neither has strayed--why should they --they both picked me to live with and I generally do as they wish! nice to have this web site available jbvernon
Comment by Shawn Wallace on April 2, 2010 at 4:35pm
I have a clan of feral/strays that I've been feeding at Linden & Poplar Streets. I have successfully caught three and have worked with Habitat for Cats to have them spayed/neutered. Two of them were female calico's one long-haired, the other short-haired. The third was black short-haired male. At least another neighbor on Linden and I are feeding them. So if you see some cats hanging out at 134 Linden, they are probably the clan.


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