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Where To Take Stray Cats

The Harsh Reality About Stray Cats

Stray cats  live a  harsh life. Most of them are born on the streets and have to fend for themselves from a very young age. They often don't get enough to eat and are constantly exposed to the elements, which can take a toll on their health. Many people don't realize how tough it is for stray cats and they may not even think twice about giving them a home. 


We can help you  help stray cats  by providing you  with some tips on how to take care of them.


First and foremost, it's important that you provide food and water for stray cats. This may seem like a no-brainer, but it's actually one of the most important things you can do for them. It's also important to make sure that the food and water are accessible to the cats and that they are not too close to each other. Cats don't like to share their food and water, so if they are too close together, they may not eat or drink as much as they should.


Another important thing to remember is that cats need shelter, especially during the coldest days in Florida. This can be something as simple as setting up a cardboard box with a blanket inside or getting a small pet carrier. Just make sure that the shelter is big enough for the cat to move around in and that it's well-ventilated.


Finally, stray cats need love, just like any other animal. They may not show it, but they appreciate being petted and having someone to talk to. If you take the time to get to know a stray cat, you may find that you have a new best friend.


If you don't know where to take stray cats, reach out to us. We can  help you find a good home for them. Remember, every cat deserves a loving home. We can give advice on  how to care for stray cats, things to  keep in mind, and what to do if you can't keep the cat yourself. 


Feral Cats and Kittens Rescue  is dedicated to rescuing homeless, abandoned, and neglected cats and kittens from shelters and off the streets. We also take in ferals (untamed or unsocialized cats), provide them with veterinary care and socialize them so they can be adopted into loving homes.  


Want to learn more info? All you have to do is contact us.

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