Saturday, October 16, 2010

National Feral Cat Day

Happy National Feral Cat Day!




October 16 is National Feral Cat Day. Take a few minutes today to help spread the word about Feral cats! Tell someone about what they are, why they are feral, what a colony is, about the pros and cons of having a colony nearby, and about population management! If you spread the word to one person today, that is one more person than yesterday who knew about Feral Cats.
 
 
 
Here is what Alley Cat Allies has to say about National Feral Cat Day:
 
 
October 16 - Ten Year Anniversary







National Feral Cat Day (NFCD) is your opportunity to help protect and improve the lives of cats around the county!






In 1990, most Americans didn’t know the best way to care for stray and feral cats. Thanks to Alley Cat Allies, today, improving their lives through Trap-Neuter-Return programs is widespread—and the movement continues to build. Hundreds of local groups work on behalf of stray and feral cats, while millions of Americans have reached into their hearts and their wallets to care for and feed them.






There is still work to be done. National Feral Cat Day—October 16th—is a perfect opportunity to tell others about our feral feline friends and truly make a difference in cats’ lives.

2 comments:

christina said...

dropping by, care for an exchange links

Dorothy Zjawin said...

I've been feeding a large female feral cat for several years. She always shows up for food at certain times daily, but has never allowed me to get too close or pet her. She's a lovely brown tabby that really deserves a nice home. She's also probably an old cat too.

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