Anyone that knows me, even the slightest bit, knows how much I love all animals. At my studio, I have a pretty large feral cat community, currently upwards of twenty.
Because of the amount of cats I feed, I do rely on help from others. Thank you to those of you who have sent or brought food in the past. Especially Chris (aka: Cha Cha), Eleanore, Dorrie, Jennifer, Chaz and Colleen. If you would like to help feed the feral community, I'll post a link in the next few days. I've been doing my best to be proactive in the population. I've live trapped babies and found them great homes. My kids and I bottle fed a litter, a few years back, after the Mother was killed. They now all have loving homes, 2 of them are in my home. This season, I hope to trap, spay/neuter and release. It s a very large undertaking, but hope to make it happen before this winter, wish me luck !
Having grown up on a farm, I've been accustomed to "Wild Cats" , as my Grandparents called them, my whole life. This particular feral community, started with just one stray, whom I now fondly call "Momma Kitty". After having dinner with one of my best friends, we returned to find a stray cat, My friend went directly to the store, to buy her some food, because that's the kinda guy he is. We later found out she was pregnant, so it was an extra good thing that he bought her some food. That was the start of what I never could have predicted.
I've had lots of requests, for pictures and updates on my little feline community. I'll do my best to keep everyone up to date.