Cat Colony Christmas Photos (Their First Christmas)

One last set of photos to share from Christmas for (mostly) Wordless Wednesday.  If you have been keeping up with my blog, then by now you know about my efforts to help a Feral and Stray Cat Colony issue in my neighborhood.  All of the photos today are of colony cats.  Some of them are the outside ones we help, and some of them are indoor ones that have now been adopted.  This was their first Christmas! 🙂 We wanted to bring a little joy to their lives.  If you would like to read more about the colony cats I care for and their stories, you can click HERE to be taken to the archives, or just look for the Cat Colony tab on my website.  Looking out for the welfare of animals is something I am passionate about!

 

Because I had over dozen photos to share, I decided to put them in gallery format instead of attaching a bunch of big ones one after another and overwhelming you.  So here is how it works :  

What you will be seeing via email or on my site is a collection of thumbnail photos with captions.  Just click on the first photo and that will bring the gallery up ( I promise it is worth it-more entertaining than thumbnails haha).  You will be able to easily scroll through larger photos set against a black background with the included captions which explain the photos.  If you want to see the pictures blown up to full size, just scroll down a bit and you will see on the right hand side where you can click on a spot that says to view them full size.  When you want to exit the photos and get back to the post to leave a comment or whatever, just hit the ESC button on your keyboard.

Note** If you subscribe by email and want to see the full size photos, you will need to click on the title of the post in your email to be taken to the website.  

 

 

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