Are you allowed to feed the cats? If so, I want to take a bag of treats for them next time I'm at the park!
Generally speaking, I would imagine they frown upon it since people can give them all sorts of not-good things, but just like feeding french fries to ducks and sparrows, there's not much they can do about it.
But since your intentions are pure and you'd be offering them actual treats meant for cats, I say go for it. And anyway I'm sure if you put the treats in a regular plastic baggie the bag checkers wouldn't even notice that they're cat treats instead of human snacks.
Oo, tsk I should've taken a picture yesterday. I was walking trough DCA, on the path between Redwood Creek Challenge Trail and Grizzly River Rapids, and there was a black cat on a ledge inside the ride. It was right next to the fence and people were crowding around it. It was a fluffy back and dark brown cat with a bushy tail.
I saw this cutie every time I went to the park for a few years at White Water Snacks. The Cast Members who worked there told me that the name was Patches. From reading other reports at this site over the years, it seemed that Patches got around in the parks quite a bit, but I was certain to find the cutie every time I went to White Water Snacks around dinner time.
The last few trips I've taken to the park have resulted in no-show's for Patches. I asked one of the ladies at White Water Snacks what happened, and she advised that Disney Crews had cleared all of the cats out of the parks. That shocked me, honestly, and I didn't believe it for a second, particularly after seeing a few later on in the evening of that very day.
I found this friendly boy in a planter right outside Small World. Friendly kitty, for sure.
Most of the cats I've seen at the park, and I do go out of my way to look for them, have been on the friendly side, and will usually give me a nudge and allow me a friendly pet or ten before they go on their way.
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