Wow..be careful They are wild and it is very hard to train them You have done well to get him to accept you. But like the saying goes, you can't change the spots on a leopard. Keep feeding the cat, talk to him and be patient.A month is not a long time. But for a wild cat to trust you so soon is unreal. Are you sure the cat is a house cat abandoned? Don't rush it..How good of you to feed the animal. Take care..
I once was like that they are called Ferrel cats. If you feed it enough and are gentil and patient you will get more trust from him and eventually yes he will. You can call the animal store to pick him up train him and test him for rabies and maybe you can buy him.
Yes, he will! When he is good and ready!! Cats do things only when they are good and ready. Don't try to figure this out..it'll make you goofy (like my brother)! One day, totally out of the blue, the cats little wee brain will say,"I'd sure like to be picked up and petted and loved" and it'll look at you with those huge, deviate eyes and purr like a fool, and "allow" you to pick it up. I will also "allow" you to be a rubbing post, a bed to lay on, a total provider of all it's needs (or wants), and someone to just stare at. Cats stare a lot. I do NOT want to know what they are thinking. In short (or not so short) this is why I like cats! But then,"I'm a little out there"!...;-)