The Cat Rescue Diary – June 2019

This Spring has seen an explosion of feral and abandoned cats and kittens in Digby and surrounding areas.

Since our last update on May 20, 2019, Friends of Ferals has rescued another 39 cats or kittens from Barton, Bear River, Culloden, Digby, Mount Pleasant, Seabrook, Smiths Cove and Tiverton. Our total year-to-date rescues is now 95.

Below are pictures of just some of our latest rescue kitties:

7 of 9 kittens, Mount Pleasant – currently in foster care
7 of 9 kittens, Mount Pleasant – currently in foster care
Mama and her kittens, Mount Pleasant – currently in foster care
Mama and her kittens, Mount Pleasant – currently in foster care
Brooklyn, Digby – currently in foster care
Brooklyn, Digby – currently in foster care
Mama and her kittens, Digby – currently in foster care
Mama and her kittens, Digby – currently in foster care
Chewy, Digby – currently in foster care
Chewy, Digby – currently in foster care
Rocket, Digby – currently in foster care
Rocket, Digby – currently in foster care
Fizz, Digby – currently in foster care
Fizz, Digby – currently in foster care
Moggy, Digby – currently in foster care
Moggy, Digby – currently in foster care
Groot, Digby – currently in foster care
Groot, Digby – currently in foster care
Wicket, Digby – currently in foster care
Wicket, Digby – currently in foster care
Steve Rogers, Digby – adopted through Tantallon Veterinary Hospital
Steve Rogers, Digby – adopted through Tantallon Veterinary Hospital
4 kittens, Culloden – currently in foster care
4 kittens, Culloden – currently in foster care
Adult feral, Digby – this poor baby did not survive (advanced liver failure)
Adult feral, Digby – this poor baby did not survive (advanced liver failure)
Princess, Seabrook – currently in foster care
Princess, Seabrook – currently in foster care
Freddie, Digby – adopted!
Freddie, Digby – adopted!

Help control the feral cat population. Please spay or neuter your pet.

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