Feral cats are untamed, unowned cats that live outdoors. They avoid human contact and fend for themselves.
Feral cats differ from stray cats as they haven't been socialized with humans. Strays may have been pets before.
Feral cats are solitary, nocturnal creatures. They hunt for food and seek shelter in hidden places.
Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) programs are vital for controlling feral cat populations and improving their lives.
Feral cats often form colonies where they share resources and protect each other. Learn how to manage colonies.
The best practices for providing food, water, and shelter to feral cats without trying to tame them.
Some feral kittens can be socialized and adopted as pets. Find out how to help them transition to indoor life.