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Taming a Feral Cat Capture the Cat.

This is a no-brainer.

Designate a Training Room.

Even if the cat is quite used to being around you, she is still feral, and you need to give her a lot of space in.

Provide Essentials.

Provide a Cave.

Feeding.

Touching/Physical Interaction.

House Training.

Visit the Vet.

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