Save stray cats
A stray cat is not a feral cat. A stray is a cat who
has been abandoned or who has strayed from home and become lost. Stray
cats can usually be re-socialized and adopted. A feral cat is an unsocialized
cat. Either he was born outside and never lived with humans, or he
is a house cat who has strayed from home and over time has thrown
off the effects of domestication and reverted to a wild state. Feral
cats should not be taken to local shelters to be adopted. Feral cats
are not pet cats, and they will be killed at most shelters. Because
they’re unadoptable, they sometimes don’t even make it to the shelter,
but are killed in the animal control truck. Even no-kill shelters
are not able to place feral cats in homes. Feral kittens can be adopted.
Feral kittens can often be tamed and placed in homes, but they must
be socialized in their first weeks of life. This is a critical window
and if they aren’t handled in time, they will remain feral and therefore
Let Us All Work Together
Millions of feral cats are killed in shelters every year in the United
States. TNR (trap-neuter-return) is a program that is practiced throughout
the world to save these cats, allowing them to live out their lives
-- not killed because they're considered homeless.
(1) we urge government to pass National Animal Welfare Laws to
protect cats and other fur bearing animals.
(2) Through individual efforts to protect the cats and animals .
(3)The most ethical and humane stand is to not sell any fur whether
it is cat, dog, rabbit, or any unfortunate animal.
(4) Most of all - changing people's thinking about animals - enhancing
compassion, enhancing ethics, demonstrating how compassion for animals
is integral to a compassionate society and how in very pragmatic
terms, compassion for animals reduces bullying and violence in families