Recent Questions Tagged Feral-Cats-Rescue

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An immediate remedy is to have them spayed/neutered. You can reach out to local nonprofit groups for assistance which will humanely trap the cats and get them spayed/neutered. Trapping feral cats should be left to the professionals and incorrect trapping can result in injuries to both you and the cat....
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Your tomcat is in heat and may have pursued a female cat. Intact male cats may go missing for days at a time because.......
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Feral cats infect Florida panthers with feline leukemia, he wrote, and they kill migratory birds and endangered species including lower Keys marsh rabbits and silver rice rats. Then he wrote that there are "two effective, humane alternatives to the cat hell of TNR....
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Very interesting. I ask the community for a detailed answer.......
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Cats are very capable of killing ducks. Whether or not they will depends upon how hungry they are and how much they like to hunt. Some cats never bother poultry, some cats kill poultry. All cats are capable of killing poultry if they decide they want to....
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Because domestic cats tend to be much smaller than most of their duck-eating cousins, it’s unlikely that most house cats would take on an adult duck. However, ducklings can be at great risk around the house cat....
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Cats are very capable of killing ducks. Whether or not they will depends upon how hungry they are and how much they like to hunt. Some cats never bother poultry, some cats kill poultry. All cats are capable of killing poultry if they decide they want to....
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It is known that some of these wild cats do hunt and kill ducks. However, whether a particular wild cat species considers ducks prey, largely depends on the size of the cat. Our domestic cats are thought to be descended from the Near Eastern Wildcat....
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A female can come into season as early as four months, only to produce yet more unfortunate feral cats. Unless the kittens are picked up while still very young and found homes as domestic pets, and unless the rest of the colony is neutered, we are facing a no-win situation....
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Despite popular belief, feral cats stay with their kittens for a long time. Feral cats usually stay with their kittens for at least 3 months. At this point, the kittens are almost always weaned and able to eat solid food....
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Taming a feral cat is difficult and comes with no guarantee that the taming will be successful. In addition to being a challenge, taming a feral cat can take a lot of time: feral kittens could be tamed in as little as two to six weeks, but it could be a year or more before an adult feral cat is tamed....
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The scientists found that the feral cats had home ranges that stretched across large areas;one male kitty’s range covered 1,351 acres (2. 1 square miles).......
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Since outdoor-access cats in suburban areas generally have small home ranges, we can get a better idea of the distances cats are capable of traveling by looking at movements of free-ranging farm cats in rural areas....
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An extensive study published onon Plos One regarding the feral and stray cats of greater Chicago indicated to the researchers that feral cats are healthier and survive for longer than they...
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