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How to Socialise a Feral or Stray Cat! Tips To Help Turn a Feral Cat to Friendly Cat COMPETITION!

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  • A feral cat may belong to a larger feral colony;

    A stray cat may walk and behave like a house cat.

    For instance, she may display an upright tail that signifies friendliness.

    A feral cat may crouch low to the ground and is unlikely to make eye contact.

    A stray cat may be vocal and answer you when you talk to her.

    A feral cat won’t meow or vocally communicate with you.

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Hissing Feral Cat Falls In Love With The Guy Who Rescued Him The Dodo Cat Crazy

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Why are some cats FERAL?

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