Gabby (Semi-Feral / Stray)

We got a call from a lady in our community that she had a feral cat inside her house. She asked if we would take a look at it. When we got there, we were shocked at how emaciated this calico female was, but also surprised by how friendly she [...]

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Flower (Orphan)

Flower came to us as an orphan single. His eyes were open, and he was perhaps 10 days old. We weren’t sure of his gender immediately, but named him Flower because he looked like the skunk in the Bambi movie. He was all rough and tumble, and made friends with [...]

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Rusty and Daisy (Orphans)

Rusty came our way from the Lancaster Animal Shelter as an abandoned orphan. He was perhaps two weeks old, very small, had fleas, and required bottle feeding. With no mother to keep him clean, he smelled awful. We kept washing him and combing him out with a bottle brush, but [...]

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Rocky I (Feral)

We caught Rocky in a live trap on our back patio. He was not happy about being caught as you can see from his photo. We took him to the Southern Paws Animal Hospital the next day for a check-up and neutering. At the vet, he gave off a vibe [...]

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Rocky II (Feral)

Rocky II was a bit of a surprise. Well, more than bit. The original Rocky (Rocky I) had escaped the foster room nearly a month earlier by pushing out a window screen, and weeks later, when we finally saw Rocky I on the trail camera again, we set out the [...]

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Oshie (Our Foster Fail)

Oshie is our foster fail. A foster fail is a cat or kitten that a foster adopts themselves. We had previously fostered two of Oshie’s brothers. Oshie’s brother Bob was the perfect cat. He was engaging and loving – everything anyone would want for a furry family member. Bob was [...]

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Will Feral (Our Feral)

Will Feral is our feral. He has been with us since January 2017. We first noticed Will walking across our back patio every evening within five minutes of 6:00 PM, and he was always a few minutes behind a larger gray feral. I was traveling with my nursing assignments, so [...]

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Riley (Feral)

In November of 2019, we were feeding a tuxie feral every evening on our back patio, but could never get near him. Since the tuxie was fairly regular in his feeding routine, and we were expecting very low temperatures, we decided to see if we could trap him. The first [...]

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