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3 Wild Ones

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08/13/2012
 
 
Purred: Mon Aug 13, '12 11:53am PST 
Where can I take 2 feral young male tuxedos and a spayed dilute tortie for rescue? I'm 60 miles south of Chicago, all local agencies have turned them away and I already have cats of my own.

I can pet 2 before they're fed, but otherwise they're not approachable.
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Tigger

Knead softly &- carry a big purr
 
 
Purred: Tue Aug 28, '12 3:33pm PST 
I hate to say that you will have a hard time finding someone to take ferals. I have been trying. I am just south of Chicago. The best thing is TNR - not the most ideal, but if they are taken to an animal shelter, they are put down. You can check with Triple R Pets (they are who I have been dealing with) or try a PAWS shelter to help direct you, but with kitten season now, it makes it really hard.
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Tiny

Tiny- The Calender Is- My Oyster.
 
 
Purred: Tue Sep 4, '12 4:50am PST 
Tigger is right. TNR (Trap Neuter Return)is one of the best solutions.smile But If anything goes wrong, I could always take them. I take care of ferals across the United States. Keep us posted, Alleyhappy dance
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