Triangle waited with Felix for food every morning and seemed to be getting used to me. One day I decided to try touching her while she was feeding and to my surprise she carried on eating.
I continued to stroke her every day and she soon recognised me and Ken, who also looked after her and the other cats. One day while I was eating some toast she came close so I gave her a small piece. She loved it and that seemed to be the start of her becoming 'tame'.
|Ken shares his toast with Triangle|
We kept in touch with the North Birmingham Cats Protection and they offered to help with neutering the feral cats. In mid-October we managed to get Triangle in a pet-carrier and she was taken to the vet for her operation. She was back with us two days later showing absolutely no sign of just having had surgery.
A few weeks later I decided to try to pick her up. I was a bit hesitant because I have not handled cats since I was a child but Triangle seemed to be getting more and more friendly so I had a go. She didn't mind at all and started purring straight away. We have now got to the stage where she will jump up onto my lap if I sit down.