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October 16, 2010


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I think his name would jessica... lol


I just heard about this Feral cat day.. I'm used to love cats, not until we rescued a 8-year old abandoned cat last year, she's a wonderful kitty-minded pet we had.. We're fostering a former feral cat too, he was captured last month and in bad health situation but now responding so well with his medication, we plan to adopt this cute guy too! By then maybe we should celebrate the feral cat day..

caren gittleman

I devoted 2 days of my blog to National Feral Cat Day, the first link from Friday features a local Michigan woman who has worked successfully with ferals for over 10 years now, her name is Sue Gibson and you can read about her at http://opcatchat.blogspot.com/2010/10/sue-gibson-true-friend-of-ferals-part.html

Today, I featured a guest post by Alley Cat Allies themselves, you can read about it at:

I also have a friend in Cleveland who actually goes and buys "houses" for her backyard for her feral cat colony. I need to feature her one day as well!

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