‘The future of cats’: ‘We’re in an age of feral cats’

‘The future of cats’: ‘We’re in an age of feral cats’

There’s been a boom in the popularity of the feral cat as a pet, with many pet shops and breeders stocking up on the animals in droves.

But how are they getting along?

Read moreWhat are the signs that your cat might be feral?

Here are some things to look out for when you find your furry friend:The first sign is the colour of your cat’s fur.

Cats will often display a dark coat, while their other coats will often be white or brown.

A cat that is white will be likely to be friendly, but may be wary and alert when you approach.

Feral cats may also be more aggressive towards people and pets, but this is rare and it’s usually a result of their health problems.

If you see a feral cat or dog in your local park, park staff or animal welfare volunteers will be happy to help you identify your furry pet.

If your cat looks white and the owners are a member of the animal welfare group Animal First, they may be keen to get you to adopt them.

If they’re a member from outside the group, they’ll ask you to do a ‘friending’ scan for signs of their cat.

You can also look out on social media for cats sharing their photos of themselves with their owner.

These social media accounts often post photos of them with their owners, or other friends and family members.

If your cat has friends with a social media profile that includes your cat, you can be sure your furry friends will be on the lookout for them too.

If a cat is spotted, you’ll want to get your pet checked for rabies.

You can check your local vet for more information about rabies, and if you think you have the disease, you should contact your vet to be screened.

Rabies, which is spread by a bite from an infected animal, is spread via direct contact with infected people, such as people you know or have visited in the past.

Rabies can be caused by two types of infected animal:The other type of infected animals can only spread the virus through contact with a person who has it, or through direct contact by people.

Furries that you see in the wild may also show signs of the disease if they’re not treated properly.

If you spot a cat or a dog, or see a cat that has been scratched or bitten by a wild animal, or you find a cat with a tick on its leg, it’s a good idea to get tested.

If the test comes back negative, your pet may be too ill to survive.

If that’s the case, contact a vet immediately.


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