— As we recap 2014's most awesome felines, we turn to the unofficial feline mayor of Albufeira.
— Humans have expressed their love for domestic cats for 9,500 years, and that's reason to celebrate.
— The pioneering TNR group prepares for a Staten Island project involving more than 1,000 cats.
— Feral and stray cats helped clean the city in Puerto Rico of rats, but they were later seen as the problem; along came Save A Gato to help.
— Nearly four weeks on the job, 29 cats trapped, and I was done, physically and emotionally.
— My cats always change their habits when autumn arrives. What about yours?
— Winter approaches; here's a way to help feral cats.
— Today is National Feral Cat Day; this Oregon nonprofit group finds barns, wineries, stables and other structures where cats are needed.
— National Feral Cat Day is about increasing public awareness and improving treatment of feral cats. Get your education right here.
— A video he made for Feral Cat Day led me to interview a person from Alley Cat Allies and learn to name and recognize what I'd already seen.
— The one-eyed feral, dubbed the Lion King of Albefeira, was removed after a complaint that might have been a misunderstanding.
— She does feral rescue including trap-neuter-return while looking after abandoned cats and being an advocate with city officials and police.
— Celebrities including Tia Carrere, Billy Boyd, and Lil Bub! turn out to support the Los Angeles group.
— This small group gets big results -- in a year, it has done trap-neuter-return on more than 1,000 cats.
— If it’s been 12 hours since you found the kitten and the mother hasn’t come back, something is definitely wrong. Here's what to do.
— A lethal bait might be the next prong of Australia’s attack on feral cats. When will the madness stop?
— One of my feral cats triggers behavior problems in the household. Do you have a cat like this?
— Despite the cat's shocking appearance, Tyrone's owners never gave up on him.
— I'm in the process -- here are tips from what I've learned helping Zorro become an indoor cat.
— My cats really go crazy when the weather warms up. How do your cats act?
— I brought a feral cat living in my garage on a cross-country move; it took great determination.
— "If they’re mangy, broken, or sick, I want them," says Wayward Whiskers founder Sherry Pfau.
— People often overlook homeless cats, but Alex Greenshpun of Israel strives to make a connection.
— My feral cats give and receive affection differently, especially around other cats. How about yours?
— It was a challenge when one of my feral cats got pinkeye. Have you taken a feral to the vet?
— I know trap-neuter-return and vaccination is right for Zorro, but I don't want to risk our tenuous trust.
— Architects for Animals enlists pros to design shelters for urban feral cats; we have photos.
— Giving a cat we called "Grimy" a dignified end illustrates not only the staggering number of feral cats but also the callous attitude that prevails.
— Mine have heated beds for warmth. How do you keep your outdoor cats warm in the winter?
— What do you need to do to help a feral through a very cold winter? Here is what I'm doing.
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