Either the cat in the royal palm tree across the street from us never left or it came back. I lean toward the former. I first noticed the mewing about a week ago and after 2-3 days I put out food and water to encourage it to come down. This was the suggestion of the Phoenix Fire Department and the Arizona Humane Society. Both said the cat would come down on its own. Continue reading Cat in tree. Shopping online from now on. Mountain lion urine.
A day or so ago I heard a cat crying when I took the boys out for a walk. I tried to figure out where it was coming from; it seemed to be coming from high in a royal palm tree, but I could not see a cat or accurately locate the origin. I heard it several times. This morning I heard it again and this time was able to locate the cat, high in the palm tree about 35 feet above the ground. I called the Fire Department non-emergency number and the woman I spoke with said that most times these cats come down on their own. She’s known of one that spent a week high in a tree in the middle of summer. Continue reading Cat in tree. Faces for planters. Newsletter done.