I cannot stand to see a stray dog or cat

I cannot stand to see a stray dog or cat

by Tina

Feral cats can be tamed once they get the love and attention and not be scared. I have six cats and they were once feral and now they are loving animals.

I cannot stand to see a stray dog or cat. I have saved many and still do. At this time there are a few of us feeding some feral cats at Walmart and plan on capturing them and getting them fixed and returning them as they seem content and not bothering anyone.

Wish everyone felt the same when it comes to strays.

We need to help in anyway we can. As for me I carry dog and cat food in my vehicle just in case.


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Sep 10, 2010 I got arrested for caring for homeless cats
by: Anonymous

City of Janesville wisconsin actually arrested me for caring and loving cats that have came to me!!! They went into my home and took my indoor house cats but left the stray cats that need the medical care that I can not afford than gave me a ticket……. ashame that they took my healthy pure breed siemise and the kittens from me and my children but refuse to take the sick outside cats

Apr 06, 2010 Some kind people
by: Ruth

Tina you are very kind,I wish everyone was as caring as you.You too Dee. If everyone helped the poor feral cats in their own little corner of the world there would be no problems, but too many people chase them away and as Michael says, some even want to shoot them.

Anonymous maybe a local vet or animal charity would know how to help those dogs. I don’t know which country you are in, we don’t have feral dogs in the UK but Cats Protection TNR(trap, neuter and return) feral cats.

Maybe there is a charity to do that for dogs but the problem is that dogs aren’t as clever as cats at coping without a home.Our UK Dogs Trust would take them in and rehome them.

It’s terible that there are animals without homes and it’s all the fault of the selfish unfeeling owners who turn them out in the first place.

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Apr 05, 2010 stray pets
by: Anonymous


My Brother recently started riding dirt bikes out at a place that everyone calls the “track” while I was their I noticed several stray dogs who live out there. The owner of the track will leave food sometimes for the dogs and water. The problem is that recently I found out that two of the female dogs have been producing litters of puppies every year! so far the owner guesses around 50 dogs! The dogs out their are so happy to live at the track and could never live indoors but the puppies are always put in shelters. I was wondering if there was anyway I could get the famales spayed for cheep? no one has the money to pay for the surgery. But I hate seeing the female dogs being put through so much..they are strays and no one else cares about what happens to them. If the one female has anymore puppies I doubt that she will live another couple months! thanks

Apr 05, 2010 feral kitties
by: dee

I thought I was the only person that carried a bag and few cans of cat food in my truck. Now I know others do too!! lol My cat was a feral born kitten, wild…wild…wild. But we have been feeding him outside since he was teeny, now we almost have him domesticated, and as soon as he is “fixed” I think he will stop wanting to roam. He stays inside most nights..but sometimes he howls to go out.(its a male thing i guess, lol ) There are a large number of ferals in a field and forest behind where I live. I try to make sure there is water out somewhere for them…and I admit, there are a couple of them that will come on my deck to get a bite to eat. I can’t help it…I hate to see them so hungry. People seem to just abandon them in that field or something and they move into the colony I guess.

Apr 05, 2010 Good people
by: Michael

Tina, you are one of life’s good people. Some people just like to shoot feral cats. Thanks for sharing.

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