I live in Port Angeles and feed the cats and kittens on Ediz Hook. I have photos of those same ones. The top tabby is sibling to the white kitten shown and there were four white ones. Someone grabbed a white one when they were smaller and has it as a lovely pet. The bottom photo is from a family of 4 or 5 orange kittens, a runt tabby, and the cutest black and orange calico. The whites are pretty shy, but will come out some. They are very conspicuous with their coloring, and I was afraid of eagles getting them. They seem pretty smart and wait until almost dark to appear, and none are missing except the captured one. They are absolutely beautiful! The orange group play on and in front of the rocks. Last night we fed them and made a toy with string and a loop and a bunch of them were going crazy playing. One orange one was batting at my husband's wiggling fingers. I've seen the man in the article hand feed the older tabby cats and he can pet and rub them up. The one eating on the rock in the article high fives my husband all the time. He's one of our favorites. If they are being TNRed, I see no signs of it. I've seen about 30 adult cats out there and none have notched ears. I just found these cats a couple months ago while taking photos of the sunset, and I fear what winter will bring. There are people feeding, but it doesn't seem organized and the cats always seem hungry when we show up about every other day. It might be because we only feed canned foods. There are at least two raccoon families out there stealing the dry. We sit and watch the cats eat the canned food so we know that they get it. I find it hard to believe they get two squares. There is supposed to be work done soon on this area with big trucks and machines bringing in rocks to stop erosion. I fear they will just mow over the cats and kittens!