Not at my computer but there are sites that talk about rehoming "ferals". Best I can rember is to somehow contain cat in garage or big pen for 2 or 3 weeks n when I let it loose, it knows that this is the place for food. Mayne try alley cat alleys.
Christiane Biagi Sent from my Samsung Epic™ 4G Bonnie Hogue <ho...@sonic.net> wrote: >Wish I would have thought to ask this yesterday! Now I'm literally an hour >away from needing to decide. > >The problem is that my aunt (who's tame housecat I took) also had a "feral" >living in her large yard. The cat showed up about 2 years ago, and for the >past year I believe the cat has pretty much been a resident there (her only >source of food?). > >Yesterday I trapped her and took her to Forgotten Felines, the local and >excellent TNR organization. Guess what? She had already been spayed. That >means some (fill in the blank nasty term) 'person' had just abandoned her! > >So here's the dilemma: if I release her in my yard, she's in a strange >place. The only thing holding her near will be my good heart. If I take >her back to my aunt's house (which is to go on the market soon) god knows >what will happen, where she will find food, and the next 'trapper' may not >have as good a motivation as I do. > >I see it as 50/50 for this poor cat. > >But what would YOU do? > >Thanks for your thoughts. > >~Bonnie > > >_______________________________________________ >Felvtalk mailing list >Felvtalk@felineleukemia.org >http://felineleukemia.org/mailman/listinfo/felvtalk_felineleukemia.org _______________________________________________ Felvtalk mailing list Felvtalk@felineleukemia.org http://felineleukemia.org/mailman/listinfo/felvtalk_felineleukemia.org