The trail cam picked up the following guys a couple of times over the past few weeks:
Kind of cool & eerie but i wish one was Marisol
- goes without saying I know
I chuckled when I got to the last photo..
Just a question as to what you are using as bait. I am sure that you have had a million suggestions…but canned tripe is unusually aromatic (not in a good way) and the lost doggies love it.
well it is getting all different critters maybe the word will get back to Marisol
there’s a new feeding station to get to!!! hoping to see you Marisol soon
ps that cat looks a bit bothered his picture was take!!! cats are funny like that… I really think Marisol will find it..staying positive!!!
Praying mari’s sense of smell brings her to the feeding station soon!!! Keep up hope! We are on the verge of warmer temps if today is any indication. I hope that will bring little one out and more eyes in the fells.
Pleeeaaaase….. don’t be afraid marisol. It’s ok.
We are sending Marisol strength and courage to show herself.
Big, fat, strong and powerful thoughts……
Last Photo is a bobcat and not a domestic cat.
Never Give up Marisol is out there somwhere.
Are you sure that’s a bobcat. It looks like a DSH with a full length tail. Aren’t bob cats tails bobbed? I am no expert just wondering if in fact it is a bobcat.
if you grab the image & import it into a graphics program & enlarge it..it is indeed a bobcat..when enlarged you can see the markings clearly as well as a tail that is shorter than a DSH..who knew that there were bobcats in the fells?..A
Also it appears to be “marking” (that is putting it nicely) the feeding station…
I thought that looked like an awfully big puddycat …
Now Ms. Marisol, please step up to the camera for your glamour shot!
I would try moving the camera and changing the dishes of the feeding station.
Even if it is moved 500 feet away it might help.
Have you guys tried setting up a feeding station out of the woods of the Fells in one of the neighborhoods that surrounds it. My guess is that Marisol Leaves the woods at night when everything else is on the move.
I opened the picture and enlarged it in another program and the tail is definitely not short like a bobcat, bobcat tails are also white at the tip. If you look close it extents past the green leaves in the picture. Bob cats have long rough facial hair which I also don’t see in this picture. Looks like a domestic cat to me.
I know it has been a quiet month for sightings, and I just wanted you to know that we are thinking of you guys just as much as always. Any thoughts that the warm weather/increase in people might have driven her to a newer, more unfrequented territory? I’m sure this is stuff you have been pondering along with a million other scenarios… I just wanted you to know we are all still here praying for the happy reunion we all so desperately want for you.
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