This request from the Bring Kota Home page today. Contact Bonnie at 253 279 5943 or Jim 206 552 0304 if you can help.
I just received a call from a man who"s house Kota stops by regularly.
He feeds cats outside and Kota stops there to eat. He was there at 7:35
a.m. I am hoping to try work on some kind of a plan with him. But
understandably he doesn't want a trap where his cats could get in. As
long as Kota has food sources outside the trap it is less likely he will
risk going in the trap. We are certain he is staying in the area
because he is either being fed or finding food. I would like
to try set up a Kota feeding station in someone's fenced yard. Leaving
the gate open and moving the feeding station further into the yard each
day. Then coordinate a containment trapping where we would be out of
sight, let him go in the yard and then close the gate behind him. We
need the community to spread the word, if Kota is regularly seen near
your home or a neighbor's home that is fenced will you allow us to try
this? We have figured out he is often on the move and most likely
looking for food between 7 am and 9am and 4pm - 6pm.