In order to avoid a trial, Jimmy signed papers with the court agreeing to moving from his bridge behind Bed Bath and Beyond in Northridge by June.
Part of the problem he is sick of living in a tent under harassment from the courts. The other problem is the crappy weather in Northridge, 106 to sometimes 112 degrees in the summer, and down to 30 degrees in the Winter. AND, his cats keep getting killed. There is a lot of emotional trauma dealing with feral cats. They get sick and die and they get run over or killed by dogs and coyotes. Jimmy is burnt out.
Also, the people that have been giving Jimmy food for the 34 cats he tends, also have burnt out. They aren't coming much anymore, and the burden on me has been increasing enormously lately.
Jimmy can really, really use food for his cats. If you can help, drop some off by his tent behind BBB in Northridge, near Tampa and Nordhoff. I usually give him 100 cans and 2-3 bags of dry food a month, but that is a drop in the bucket compared to his needs.