National Feral Cat Day 2020 is on Friday, October 16, 2020: Does anyone know when national cat week is?
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Chicago cat lovers~ National Feral Cat Day! Gather up the neighborhood strays =)?
I love you because you care for cats.I am the cats mother you know. My cat is desexed and I love him too. I have on many occaisions gone to the foreshore where I live and fed the feral cats much to the horrer of rich retirees who populate the best real estate in town overlooking[of course] the sea and foreshore and the great unwashed. Blast them I reckon. No one cares and I feel so sorry for them and I blast the owners who neglected to look after them in the first place..
Will I ever seen her kittens? ..feral cat experts!!?
We have a colony of feral cats across the road that we 'support' and care for. At present I have our last "intact" queen and her litter locked in my garage. The reason for this is because we want olde queenie spayed, and if we didn't have her contained we would probably not get another chance unless we trapped her.
1. The kittens are now are around 1 month old, will "momma cat" bring them here to eat?
----- Not likely, not a common feral behaviour. She will be teaching them to avoid humans unless she trusts you implicitly.
2. Will I ever see them?
----- Possibly; no guarantees.
3. If I never see the kittens, when is a good time to have the momma cat spayed?
----- you can do it now; but make it a day job. Early in the morning and out by nightfall. She is still bringing food to the babies and probably nursing too.
4. Could she possible be regurgitating the food for her offspring?
----- Not cat behaviour. Cat nurse only and turf the babies out to find their own food when they are done.
5. How wild will these kittens be?
Initially; very wild but not aggressive. They have had no contact with humans. They may slowly 'come around' if you are feeding them. There are some residents of our village that the cats are comfortable with around their central feeding station but these cats are not encouraged to come around our homes as it is too disruptive to our owns cats and dogs.