Wondering how to help feral cats? There are a number of things you can do — which we discuss in this in-depth article. Photo: kissu We’ve all seen them — lean cats with large frightened eyes who move across our yards and parking lots like wind on the water. Feral cats have never had contact with
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Veterinarian Christine Wilford was alarmed by the burgeoning feral cat population in Washington state. She and a group of dedicated volunteers decided to take action to reduce feline homelessness by performing free spay-neuter surgery for feral and free-roaming cats. That led to the formation of a 501(c)(3) organization called the Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project (FCSNP)
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Resting is an important part of every cat’s daily routine. Cats need to relax and recharge in a spot where they feel comfortable letting their guard down. If left to their own devices, cats will find places to nap, maybe under the bed or in a closet. These may not be the best options if
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