One of my crazy kitties
Hello, I have two cats of my own and we just recently moved into a new neighborhood. Because my cats are both females....we seem to have inherited 8 additional males outside of my home!!!
I could not see calling the local shelter on these animals! Out of the eight, six of them seem to have never had much contact with humans (or have have had bad experiences with them) is my best guess....Anyways, with a little time patience and yummy food!!
I have managed to turn all of them into lovable cats that would make someone great pets now!! Before, when you would even open the door they would hiss and run away only coming back to eat after you were gone.....now, I can pick them up hold them cuddle them and just give them the love they deserve!
And they adore it!!! and all of this within approx... 3 months time!!! My husband was dumb founded that I could pull this off with such wild animals!!! (he actually asked if I could pull it off with deer!!) lol.
I still, to this day, love and adore all of my (adopted) cats. I often wonder if it were someone else that moved into my home, what would they have done with these loving animals? Would they have given them time and affection, or would they have immediately called the shelter??? I'm guessing the shelter.
I am now known as the cat lady on my street, and since then, I have had 2 more join my bunch for a total of 10 outside cats at the present time, but I assure you between myself and my 4 children...ages 12, 10, 4, and 3.....these cats do not want to live anywhere else!!
Each one now is able to go to regular vet visits and all have been fixed so this can never happen to their children. I just thought I would share my joyful story with with more cat lovers out there!!!
Update - here are two more photos:
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