I've been acclimating him to eat under the drop trap, something he doesn't have a problem doing if the food is decent enough! I've switched over to Friskies and all is well in the world once again. I've got the neuter appointment set for Wednesday morning, which means Tuesday night will be another all night drop trap vigil. Good times!
You'll never get me in that trap!
A few hours after this picture was taken, some jerks broken into my garage and made off with a bunch of the new tools that I purchased last summer for my big remodeling project. By the look of things, they didn't stay very long and only took the large items that were out in plain sight. I'm thankful they didn't take any of my TNR traps or the trail camera that was sitting outside the garage pointing in the opposite direction. If only I had pointed the camera toward the garage door rather than away, I would have nice pictures of people stealing my stuff.
I learned about the break-in as I was heading out the door to teach the Basic TNR class. Needless to say, I was not in the best of moods for the class, but the students were happy to learn the TNR fundamentals and now they want to get some hands on field experience! In my humble opinion, the more people we have participating in TNR the better.