A few years ago my family sort of adopted this outdoor cat that we constantly saw on the side of our house. He used to belong to the neighbors behind us but when they moved, they couldn't capture their cat and take him with them. So he's been outdoors for several years now. We call him Socks because his toes are white while the majority of the rest of him is black. Even his whiskers are white!
About a week ago Mom trapped him and brought him inside because he is so malnourished and sick. We were feeding him however, another cat was preventing him from getting to that food. Now that he's indoors he's acting far different from what we expected him to act like. While shy around people when he was stray, he's such a moob (my family's term for an animal who wants attention all the time and will get in your face for it) and acts like a dog when it comes to human food and belly rubs. And he's such a crybaby too. We have him in a large kennel to keep him safe from the dogs while he recovers and when he's in there he bawls.
He's been, I suppose, the fill-in for my snakes. He'll hopefully never go outside again because we found out he's been de-clawed which likely explains why he wasn't able to fight back for the food we set outside for him.
Eating: 3 Musketeers