While down there I did run into Mark, an avid bird watcher, who helped me sort out a bird identification problem.
After that, I talked to a cat feeder, as opposed to a cat trapper and sometimes their opinions weirdly, differ. The feeder didn't seem to mind the trappers as long as no harm was done and seemed more concerned with the loss of past pets than anything else.
Of course, I introduced them, not by name, and watched the interaction. Nothing much happened except the exchange of trade data about the best prices for cat food. Pet Supplies Plus (I always thought this chain catered to the over weight pet) turns out to have the best prices for food according to Ginger.
Now, here's what's interesting. I'm a photographer. One or many of my subjects were The Wild Cats of Wildwood. By abetting the trappers, I lose source, but I'm neutral on this subject..
The birder, Mark, after talking to him, doesn't seem to mind the cats. Birds gotta fly, cats gotta eat I guess.
The feeder, don't know his name, doesn't seem to care as long as no cats were harmed.
So you have:
- The feeder
- The trappers
- The birders
- The picture taker