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The New Feral Cat in My Colony Looks a Lot Like an Opossum

My wife and I have an assortment of kitties who call our place home. All of them started off as feral adult cats or kittens. We have them in numerous varieties: large and petite, male and female, friendly and aloof, orange, charcoal, and light yellow. Occasionally, we even see a gray-and-white male cat that comes by for a quick bite. But I was not prepared for the long-nosed “cat” that started eating alongside our other cats one evening.
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