Written By: Sweety
Meet the elusive inhabitants of your urban jungle - feral cats. Independent and resourceful, they navigate a world beyond cuddles and catnip.
Sharpened by generations, feral cats are masters of adaptation. They hunt rodents, scavenge for scraps, and find shelter in hidden nooks.
Feral cats often form social groups called colonies, sharing resources and raising kittens together. Mothers fiercely protect their young, instilling the ways of the wild.
While cautious of humans, some feral cats can develop trust with care and patience. Regular feeding builds a bond, offering a glimpse into their hidden personalities.
Cats are trapped, sterilized, vaccinated, and then returned to their territories. This curbs reproduction improves feline health, and reduces conflict with humans.
Sharing our world with feral cats requires understanding and respect. Avoid chasing or trying to pet them, and offer safe havens through food stations and shelters.
Support TNR programs, donate to cat shelters, or simply observe these fascinating creatures with empathy.