So a long while back I wrote about a cat that was living under my house. She was affectionate and seemed very relaxed around me, so I thought she'd make a good pet for someone. So I started calling around. . I was able to find a no kill shelter near my house (which is surprising since I live out the country) that, if they were able to make room, would take her. The other condition was that she had to be Leukemia (FeLV) free. I would compare FeLV in cats to AIDS in humans. It's the number two cause of death in cats. So, our goal was to get the cat to a vet. Here is where things went down hill fast: I had to trap her. . get her into a pet carrier. . I tried for two weeks, every time I saw her. She had a towel that she'd slept on, so I put that in the carrier. Didn't work. . so I started putting the food dish in the carrier. That sort of worked. She was scared of the carrier. I tried being mean and forcing her into the carrier. That was a mistake. She is now scared of me. . unless I have food to offer. So maybe she wouldn't make a good house pet. I just wish I could get her to a vet, do the FeLV check and get her fixed. She's a tough kitty, she's lived under my house during the coldest winter I've ever lived through. And the issue she was having with her eyes seems to have cleared up on it's own. So she's a fighter, so I'll continue feeding her. If I can get some updated pictures of her, I'll post some on here.