Living the Scientific Life (Scientist, Interrupted)

Shakespeare’s Ghost Revealed

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Whose eyes were glowing beneath the Hostas? They belonged to a juvenile calico cat. Later on I caught another glimpse of this same kitty with its jet black sibling and mother. Over the past few years I have seen a total of four feral cats in the area of Central Park I most often visit. This was the first time I had evidence that they were breeding. They’re cute, of course, but not the safest neighbors for birds to have in the park environment.

Second in a series of two.

Image: Bob Levy, author of Club George. [larger image].


  1. #1 Victor Tabbycat
    September 4, 2007

    Kitty! See, I was rite. Takes one to know one.
    Wonder if someone would do trap/neuter/release for these kitties? They probly won’t catch as many birds as rodents.

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