I met Waylynn when we moved to Princeton in October of 2010. She had been left by the previous owners and was living on mice in the upper part of the barn. She was very shy and we found out later that she was pregnant. The cats in Princeton do not last very long since there are many coyotes out there. She was very smart and living upstairs in the barn in a cardboard box. We gained her trust and she had her 5 kids in March of 2011. She is a princess and is very spoiled today. She eats salmon, talapia, shredded cheese and MAYBE some soft cat
food. She has a special hard diet of dry cat food. She turned 11 last October. She is very sweet and sleeps next to my face at night. She is silky soft and purrs all the time.