This is Teddy, the dominant one of the bunch.
Then we head over to a solitary tree in the midst of dumpster and garbage trucks to feed the tree cats. Some days we don't see anyone here, sometimes three or four, sometimes the same ones, sometimes different. This group is much more skittish, hungrier and dirtier.
This is Jackson, the friendliest of the boat cats. You can actually pat him.
Here are most of the boat cats, from left, Teddy, Biff, Tina, Lily and Callie.
I saw this gray cat at the tree last week for the first time.
This cat showed up a couple of weeks ago at the tree and has been there most days. We think it was somebody's cat. It almost looks like a Maine Coon so we've called it MC. The poor thing is dirty with huge mats. Hopefully we can win its trust.