Stray Cat Feeding


posted on 11th of january, 2015

Have you ever feed a stray cat?

Stray and feral cats often go hungry and are exposed to the chill of night, rain and winter. They are also exposed to abuse from humans and cat trappers who may feel they are pests endangering the natural habitat or creating nuisances to their properties. How do you feel about TNR - trap-neuter-return? If you want to help them, adopt one (or a few) at your nearest animal rescue shelter organization. You can also spend a few dollars a week to buy some cat food and start feeding any stray or feral you see in your neighborhood. Remember to clear the leftovers after they finished the food.

So what is your opinion on this? It is beginning of the year 2015 so would you like to do something you have not done before? Try cat feeding!

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Posted by Unteroffizier on January 13, 2015
I just started a new collection on stray, community and feral cats here: http://www.dreamstime.com/stray-and-feral-cats-colldet24000

Just added some images. If you feel there may be images worth adding to the title just post in this article.
Posted by Cpreiser000 on January 13, 2015
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Last year we cared for a stray cat in our neighborhood, giving him food and water every day, so it was very rewarding for our family to care for him. We had a terrible winter that I doubt he would have survived if we hadn't set up a cage covered in blankets for him. I have a picture of him approved on Dreamstime that I shared a link for :)
Posted by Heathse on January 13, 2015
Well said! We are owned by 3 cats who rule our house with both dignity and affection, and occasional will pose for me. One of them was a stray who adopted us and has been with us for 17 years! Last summer a stray began to invade our kitchen, knock the cat biscuits off the shelf and help himself. After 6 months of feeding him twice a day at the kitchen door we can still not touch him without needing stitches. However to see him shiny and fit is a great reward! Keep up the good work!



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