Siskel and Chumley came to the sanctuary late last November.
The pair of semi-ferals had been living on a farm on No. 3 Rd. Chumley (on the left in the photo) unfortunately had some accident during the time he was out fending for himself and had to have his tail amputated before coming to his new home at the sanctuary.
I'm told Siskel can be friendly, but I haven't had much luck so far in being able to touch him without him cringing away. Chumley, initially aggressive enough to warrant a warning sign on their cage, has relaxed somewhat and is spending some of his time sitting on the chair by the door so he can look out.
RAPS is short for Richmond Animal Protection Society, a registered charity and operator of a sanctuary which houses and cares for more than 400 homeless or abandoned cats in Richmond, BC, Canada. The Neko Files is a celebration of the sanctuary and all those who live and work there.