Our free, online video tutorials can teach you exactly how to do trap-neuter-return rescue work for feral cats. Maybe trapping is your next hobby just waiting to be discovered. It is certainly exciting, and it’s satisfying too. Feral cats need all the help they can get (the work of saving them all can’t fall only on our small shoulders!), so we want to share our knowledge and spur other people into action.
Our photographs feature mainly kittens rescued from the wild and put into foster care with a feral cat rescue organization. All kitten photographs are taken in a relaxed environment at the foster home.
Yes, they are rescues, and in some cases it took us an enormous amount of work to build them into the healthy kittens you see from their very sickly beginnings. Each kitten is a furry little masterpiece.
He is the world's most wonderful cat. He'll tell you so.
He lent his name to this endeavour, which is run by his mother.
Vladimir was born a normal kitten, but when he was several weeks old he contracted a virus that damaged his motor control, altering his coordination and balance. His disability doesn't stop him from having a full, happy, and hilarious life. His walk may not be the most elegant, but his leap is the envy of gazelles everywhere.
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