SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS)— You probably didn’t know October 16th is National Feral Cat Day, but it is and its purpose is to acknowledge the humane efforts to reduce the feral cat population.
Dr. Jennifer Scarlett, co-president with the San Francisco SPCA said while there won’t be any parades, it is a day for those who work towards controlling and reducing the numbers of feral cats through humane non-lethal methods such as trap, neuter and release.
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To clarify, a feral cat is a cat that is born outside away from people and has never been socialized away from humans or can also be one that has strayed or been released by a person and has reverted to a feral or wild state.
“Cats that have never been socialized with humans generally, like any other…
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