Wild Cat Foundation who called me about the cat and agreed to care for it once I brought it down.
The cat was in the tree on the right where circled in red and was crying to everyone below for help. The tree was not a fun one to climb, but I slowly worked my way up to the cat, and, before I could even get close to it, it climbed higher. When I climbed higher, it went out on the skinny limbs toward the Cypress tree next to it. As I struggled to climb up higher, I did not even notice that the cat had walked as far as possible out the skinny limbs to the skinny tips of the Cypress tree and then walked to the center of that one. He was too far away from me to rescue him then, so I went back down and installed a rope in the Cypress tree.
Back on the ground, I turned him over to Jaime. I scanned him for a microchip and found one, but the chip had been never registered, and I found no posts for a lost cat that looked like him. Jaime describes him as a lovebug and named him Lazlo. She will take excellent care of him and find a new home for him if the owner is not found.