Understanding Feral Cats

Characteristics and Behavior

Feral cats are typically wary of humans, prefer to avoid direct contact, and may exhibit defensive behavior when approached. 


TNR is a humane approach to control feral cat populations. Cats are trapped, spayed or neutered, and returned to their colonies

Shelter and Food

Feral cats require shelter and regular food sources to survive. Learn how to build simple shelters and establish feeding stations to support their well-being.

Socialization Challenges

Adult feral cats are difficult to socialize due to their deep-rooted fear of humans. Early socialization is crucial for kittens to become adoptable

Health Concerns

Feral cats are susceptible to various health issues, including parasites and infections. 

Community Involvement

Building a supportive community and advocating for feral cat welfare can make a significant difference. 

How You Can Help

Everyone can play a part in assisting feral cats. From volunteering at local shelters to supporting TNR programs, together

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