But the cat enclosure is back to being neat and tidy. I am not sure what message they were leaving behind-but there was terrible waste of dry food (I have 2 55 gallon drums of dry food out there that they kicked over, They tried to pull apart two trees limbs we have locked together so the cats can climb up to the top level- but we fooled them, those suckers are bolted together with long lag bolts! They rippped up two condos, and tore down a small tree house we had built for the cats to play in. The upturned the litter pans-not an easy task because they are kiddie pools full of litter and they tore off three doors to the section near the introduction cage where new cats can be placed to get used to the crew and get merged in faster.
It was puzzling to say the least and I am grateful that now all the cats are accounted for (I just now found Turner out in the shop).
People just need to grow up and I cry for the loss of the litter and the food as I had it stockpiled up- but at least the coons will have a feast as most of the spillage went outside the wire.
You know, we built this enclosure to keep the cats safe from four-legged predators and vehicles. It never occurred to me that I would have to keep them safe from two legged predators as well.