Feral Cats


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Age: 8 Years   Sex: Female

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Kitty Complexion:
 Activeness 
sleepyvery active
 
 Intelligence 
sillygenius
 
 Curiosity 
not curiousvery curious
 
 Friendliness 
timidaffectionate
 
 Vocal 
not vocalvery vocal
 

Sun Sign:
Quick Bio:
-part feral

Birthday:
January 1st 2006

Coloration:
Bicolor

Likes:
feeding time. they all know the car and rush to it as we pull in the driveway

Dwells:
outdoors

Arrival Story:
These cats are all feral. We are feeding 27 cats that we know of. we have 2 cats currently pregnant. we have rescued 8 kittens. we have lost a few as well. when i first started caring for these cats they were all so skinny and sick. i can't afford to feed a lot of food so i mix baby rice cereal dry cat food and water so that the cats get the nutrients they need and they have become very healthy cause of it. The man who was originally caring for these cats was seriously injured and couldn't care for them anymore. he wasn't feeding them everyday like we are. We started caring for these cats a few months ago. we are currently waiting on traps to get these cats fixed and return them. All these cats have nicknames. and they all have their own personalities. they are a joy to care for but so sad for their situation. there is one cat however i named "tabby" unsure if male or female but do know that tabby is the healthiest cat cause tabby was fixed. these cats are located close to the nearest animal shelter. unfortuneately people drop off their pets to these shelters after hours and then they become statistics. I am happy to care for them, they bring me fulfillment but at the same time I am sad for they have no home with people to love and really give them the care they deserve!

Lives Remaining:
9 of 9

The Groups I'm In:
FANCYPANTS CAFE, AGAINST ANIMAL CRUELTY, Curious Kitties, Rescued Kitties, SO CAL dogs and cats!, ~~~*♥Dog Park USA♥*~~~

I've Been On Catster Since:
September 5th 2008 More than 5 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Catster Id:
873803


Meet my family
babyboylittlegirl
(REST IN
PEACE)
Blacky (IN
LOVING MEMORY)
BLACK FACE
little blackCRY BABYPEANUT (WE
LOVE
YOU--R.I.P.)
Monkey
muffinlil' tabby,
friskie &
pumpkin-
Teddy Bear
(R.I.P.
precious)
Velvet...(R.I.
P.) We love
you.
Cleo (feral
cat)
Juliet (feral
cat)
Tabby (feral
cat)
Rascal
Baby (Rest In
Peace)
MamaRuntSissy
CaliPatchesPrissy (OPPS)
PRESLEY...
Cali Boy
NylaSunnyCheetaSimba
NellyGhostMama
(grandma's
baby)

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Mating Season


Spoiled...

April 14th 2009 9:17 pm
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Today we were spoiled. our human parents came to feed us as usual but today they brought us all a special treat. We got ham!!!! yay! mainly the fat from a ham but there was meat with the ham too. Boy they must really care and love us to give us something so yummy! Of course we all fought over the ham, even though there was plenty to go around. But it's not everyday that we get this, so yeah we fought for the ham.

 

Another year...more kittens born

April 8th 2009 12:40 pm
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Well it's mating season again and as usual we have had more female cats pregnant. We are having problems getting help to trap, fix and release our feral cats. so as of April 3rd to April 6th we have had at least 3 litters of kittens born. We don't know exactly how many kittens yet since we don't know where they were born. We just know that the mama cats that were pregnant, are no longer pregnant as of those dates. Now we are on the watch for these kittens. Hopefully the mama's will bring their babies to us before the babies turn wild. The last litter of kittens we took one of the kittens right when it was born cause it was in danger then the siblings we took when they were 3-4 weeks old-not yet eating on their own. But we thought they were eating on their own when we caught them. Unfortuneately the litter of kittens before that came to us WILD and we weren't able to take them to be adopted. This is why we have to take them early or when they show up in the construction yard. otherwise they will have less of a life being wild as they would if they were taken and adopted out.

IF ANYONE HAS ANY IDEAS OF HOW WE CAN GET HELP "QUICKER" AS WE HAVE BEEN WAITING OVER A YEAR...TO GET THESE CATS TRAPPED AND FIXED, I AM OPEN TO SUGGESTIONS.
WE BARELY HAVE MONEY ENOUGH TO CARE FOR OUR 2 CATS YET ALONE TO CARE FOR THE 30 FERAL CATS AND THE KITTENS THEY KEEP REPRODUCING. WE MAKE THEIR FEEDING A PART OF OUR MONTHLY BUDGET BUT IT IS HARD. AND THE CATS "DO" GET FED "EVERYDAY".

 
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