— 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.
— Feral cats are probably around even if you don't see them. Here's how to help them survive winter.
— On this Canary Island a rescue group called 9 Lives Lanzarote conducts TNR and basic vet services.
— Choose good karma, and follow these tips on how to complete the circle when you're chosen.
— "A monstrous smell of cat pee and poo came out to assail you at the door ... accompanied by the sinister crunch of poop underfoot."
— A population of prison kitties has been keeping South African inmates company for decades.
— First it was Lucy, my Basset Hound, and now it's Beasley, my one-eyed Pekingese. Cow is part of the family.
— It was started by the advocacy group Alley Cat Allies; look for an event happening in your area.
— Becky Robinson of Alley Cat Allies talks about how to be good caretakers to ferals -- without overstepping boundaries.
— An Australian study shows feral cats help some endangered animals survive. I say: “Well, duh!”
— The group seeks to spay, neuter, and care for feral cat colonies -- particularly those with disabilities.
— Seeing sick ones led the women to shelter, feed, rehome, and spay/neuter more than 20 cats.
— I can't say no to kitties in need. When I moved to an area with lots of ferals, things got dicey real quick.
— The police chief backs him up, calling it a proper way to deal with a complaint about feral cats.
— It's kitten season, and that's a busy time of year for the group based in San Francisco.
— Feral cats can be a big responsibility. If you care for a colony, how do you handle leaving town?
— Adoption is like a marriage, “for better or for worse, until death do us part,” not just until the cat scratches your furniture.
— The affectionate feral colony at the picturesque bay gets tender care from a team of volunteers.
— It's foolish to believe that all feral cats can be killed off. Regardless, I'm strongly against trying.
— For one thing, I stay strong for the surviving cats.