The 13th annual National Feral Cat Day will be celebrated on October 16. Now, you know I am not a feral cat, but I have seen some on the other side of my window. I have to say, my life looks pretty good compared to theirs, even when you consider that I have to put up with the Labradumb.
Alley Cat Allies, a national organization dedicated to the protection and humane treatment of cats, is asking humans to hold events to build humane communities and raise awareness about feral cats and Trap-Neuter-Return. There’s a lot you people can do to help feral cats, and you can begin by visiting this site to see what events are happening in your area: http://nationalferalcatday.org/
This year’s National Feral Cat Day® Challenge: Help transform your community’s animal pound or shelter. Contact your local shelters to see how you can help. I guarantee they will have a suggestion for you.
To learn more about National Feral Cat Day, visit: www.
Leave a comment here about your experiences with feral cats, and two lucky readers will win a free National Feral Cat Day t-shirt. Your cat can nap on the shirt while you are volunteering at your local shelter.