Posts Tagged “feral cats”

The Kitten Game-How to Help Feral Kittens

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The Kitten Game-How to Help Feral Kittens

by Bernadette E. Kazmarski   The universal response to finding kittens is to presume they are abandoned and unable to care for themselves and to take them home, but not only is that rarely the right response, it’s not even the right presumption and can often be harmful to the kittens and backfire if you are…

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Architects & Celebrities Accept Challenge to Help Homeless Cats

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Architects & Celebrities Accept Challenge to Help Homeless Cats

  LOS ANGELES, CA. AUGUST 29, 2017 – One of this year’s most innovative design events, Architects for Animals® “Giving Shelter” exhibit, returns to the Herman Miller Showroom in Culver City on October 19th 2017. The event is expected to be a sold-out fundraiser for LA-based non-profit FixNation, which provides free spay and neuter services for the city’s…

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My wife calls this my cat farm

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My wife calls this my cat farm

by Larry Gorbet   My wife calls this my cat farm because I can’t let a cat go with out help. Our cat farm started after a tornado in Moore, Oklahoma 2013 when there were a lot of stray animals in town. If you remember this was the tornado that hit two schools in Moore….

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More Amazing Photography From Diane Peresie- part 2

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More Amazing Photography From Diane Peresie- part 2

Diane is a celebrated photographer who now takes photos of feral cats for the group Nobodys cats. This is the second installment this month of a sampling of here work. Tweet

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TNR with a Side of Adoption and Outreach

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TNR with a Side of Adoption and Outreach

  by Bernadette E Kazmarski   TNR or “trap-neuter-return” can be a very controversial topic, but when you engage in a conversation it turns out that it’s really only the “return” part that draws the most objection. From people who don’t understand the nature of feral or unsocialized cats to those who just don’t like…

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At 80 Years Old She Started Photographing Feral Cats And Its Amazing

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At 80 Years Old She Started Photographing Feral Cats And Its Amazing

by Diane Peresie   I have been a serious photographer for many years.  I have received several prizes locally over the years and even a couple nationally.  The national photos, btw, were of my cats.  I have always loved cats and can’t remember life without one.   When I turned 80 years old, I went into a…

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What to do With Ferals in Your Neighborhood

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What to do With Ferals in Your Neighborhood

by Beth Frank, President and Founder of Community Cats United, Inc   Let’s talk about a few  topics in the world of community cats.  But first, what exactly is a community cat?  Community cat is a term that includes any unowned cat, whether they are feral (unsocialized) or friendly (lost or abandoned pet cats).  …

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TEN WINTER WEATHER TIPS FOR OUTDOOR CATS

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TEN WINTER WEATHER TIPS FOR OUTDOOR CATS

  BETHESDA, Md., USA – Nov. 17, 2016 – As temperatures across the country begin to drop, many people find themselves concerned about how to care for outdoor cats in the wintertime. Cats are resilient, but they can always use a hand staying warm and healthy during cold weather. “Cats live and thrive outdoors in…

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50 dollar fine and Threat of Eviction For Feeding Stray Cats

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50 dollar fine and Threat of Eviction For Feeding Stray Cats

A war is brewing in Salem, Oregon between elderly residents who are feeding stray cats in a mobile home park, residents who want the cats gone, and a property management company that has now decided to impose fines against the residents who are feeding the cats and threatening to evict the seniors for not adhering…

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My Wild and Crazy Ferals

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My Wild and Crazy Ferals

photos and text by Michele D’Amour McDanel A few years ago, I was an active foster home for one of my local animal shelters. My particular skill was socializing kittens that had been born to feral or semi-feral mothers. Semi-ferals are generally considered to be animals that have some comfort level with humans, but have grown…

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