I don't remember a time in my life when I didn't feel sorry for a cat or a dog that didn't have a home. If you've felt that same way then you know how I'm feeling about a stray cat that we've had around our property the last several weeks. I am quite sure it's feral because it runs away anytime it sees or hears me. I feel lucky that I have been able to take a few pictures of it because it doesn't come too close to the house, but stays on the edge of the woods down by the road. I read on someones blog that you shouldn't feed a feral cat. But I have to admit that I couldn't not do that and I've put a bowl out for it a few times, but the meal mostly goes untouched. I am sure it's surviving on whatever it can hunt. Of course with the cold I worry about it and am wondering if I should try to trap it, (I have a small trap) or just let it be. From what I can see, it looks healthy and who knows, maybe it does have a home or is quite content with the life it has. What do you think?