Chip (7 yrs, dark orange tabby) --- He was in a box thrown out of a car speeding past my house; he was about 3-4 months old. He is my soulmate.
Robbie (7 yrs, orange tabby) --- He was in that terrible box with Chip; he was only 4-5 weeks old.
Billy Bob (6 yrs, orange tabby) --- I helped rescue him last year from an abandoned house; his owner had been sent to prison.
Ricky (2 yrs, light orange tabby) --- He was a feral rescue and was about 4 months old when I got him.
Chacho (1 yr, black) --- He was dropped off in another town, with his brother. I got the call to get him, but never found his brother.
Shorty ( about 8 mos, black/grey tabby) --- He's another rescued feral. I've had him for 6 months.
Daisy Mae (about 11 yrs, calico) --- She was in the abandoned house with Billy Bob.
Theodora ( 2 1/2 years, tabby/calico) --- Someone put her in the back of my truck on a cold November day and I found her 10 hours later. She was only 10-12 days old and barely alive.
Cindy Lou (1 yr, tortoiseshell) --- I fostered her feral pregnant mom, and couldn't give Cindy up.
Snickelfritz (1 yr, calico) --- Cindy's littermate. Couldn't let her go, either!
Neenya (2 yrs, black longhair) --- Technically, I'm still fostering her, but it's been almost a year, so she's probably here to stay.
Chica (10 yrs, black longhair) --- She was dropped off along my road as a kitten.
Then there's Johnny, the "neighborhood cat". He showed up about 4 years ago (I had him neutered), still roams the area, but I take responsibility for his food and care.
Stinkpot (tuxedo) and Mongo (brown tabby) are feral toms that I trapped and had neutered and they still come for food. There are two other feral toms that show up on occasion, but I haven't been able to lure them into traps yet.
And I'm currently fostering Josie (a semi-feral black longhair) and her four black kittens.