Category Archives: Feral Cats

Frivolous Friday –We’re Doing Better on Behalf of This Nation’s Cats

The bad news is that at last count, over 70 million cats need rescuing. But according to at least one source—a major source in the scheme of things—the ASPCA—things are getting better. There’s no “handle” to be had on this … Continue reading

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Mindful Monday – Jobs for Unruly Cats

Putting cats to work isn’t a new concept. Relying on cats to save an industry or a civilization isn’t a modern concept. In ancient Europe, for example, the black plague was raging and people were dying. At one point, the … Continue reading

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Newsday Tuesday – Young People Who Help Cats

I love stories of people helping cats. When the helper is young, even more so. There’s the story of Robbie, an Eagle Scout in Norfolk, Virginia, who did something to protect the many feral cats that were taking over the … Continue reading

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