- Colour Depends on breed
- Size Up to 75 cm
- Description Feral cats look exactly like house cats and can be of any breed.
Why do I have feral cats?
Feral cats are the offspring of house cats, but for whatever reason, have had no contact with humans. Often confused with stray cats, a feral cat has never actually belonged to a person or had any socialization with people. They prefer to live in colonies, ranging from a few individuals to several dozen feral cats. Multiple generations of the same family will live together if there is a food source nearby. Feral cats typically eat rodents, birds, fish, insects, garbage, unattended pet food, and even roadkill. Once a cat colony finds an easy source of food, the animals will keep coming back.
How worried should I be about feral cats?
Feral cats reproduce rapidly, producing a litter of up to 12 kittens several times in a year, and can become pests due to their sheer numbers, which can have a serious impact on local bird populations. These pests can also spread parasites, like tapeworms and roundworms, and serious diseases such as rabies and toxoplasmosis, to humans and pets. Feral cats are fearful and will not adapt to living with humans. They will scratch, bite, and claw humans in order to escape, so it is advisable to leave the safe and humane removal of feral cats to professional pest control services.
How can I prevent feral cats invading?
Spay or neuter your pet cats, Do not let your cat outside, Keep all pet food indoors, Cover trash cans with tight-fitting lids, Do not feed strange or unfamiliar cats
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