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Most veterinarians believe that feral cats cannot be tamed , though animal rescue agents often disagree.

If a feral cat is to stand any chance of house training, it must be young.

Older feral cats are completely wild.

If you do attempt domestication, it will be a long and arduous process with no guarantee of success.

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