The Cat Rescue Diary – Winter/Spring 2019

What a tremendous start to the year! Since January 1, 2019, Friends of Ferals has rescued 39 new cats or kittens from Acaciaville, Bear River, Digby, Jordantown, Lansdowne and Smiths Cove.

Of these 39 beautiful felines, 15 were all from the same feral colony in Jordantown. It was a major rescue operation involving many volunteers and hours and we are pleased to advise that we have already had 14 of them spayed or neutered, and 12 have already been adopted! The other 3 cats – Jordan, Jacki and Joey – remain in foster care with Friends of Ferals and will soon be ready for adoption.

Below are pictures of some of our latest rescues:

Libby, Bear River - pregnant mom in our foster care, gave birth to 3 kittens on April 4th!
Libby, Bear River - pregnant mom in our foster care, gave birth to 3 kittens on April 4th!
Buddy Habs Fan, Digby - adopted in Freeport!
Buddy Habs Fan, Digby - adopted in Freeport!
Feral Male, Smiths Cove - adopted by the woman who trapped him - he is now a family cat!
Feral Male, Smiths Cove - adopted by the woman who trapped him - he is now a family cat!
2 Males, 2 Females, Jordantown - all 4 are now sheltered barn cats in Clementsvale!
2 Males, 2 Females, Jordantown - all 4 are now sheltered barn cats in Clementsvale!
Jordan, Jordantown - currently in foster care
Jordan, Jordantown - currently in foster care
Oreo, Jordantown - successful TNR to a feral colony!
Oreo, Jordantown - successful TNR to a feral colony!
Rocky, Jordantown - now being fed and sheltered in a barn!
Rocky, Jordantown - now being fed and sheltered in a barn!
Joni, Jordantown - successful TNR to a feral colony!
Joni, Jordantown - successful TNR to a feral colony!
Kitten, Jordantown - now being fed and sheltered in a barn!
Kitten, Jordantown - now being fed and sheltered in a barn!
Jacki, Jordantown - currently in foster care
Jacki, Jordantown - currently in foster care
Ben, Lansdowne - adopted through Tantallon Veterinary Hospital!
Ben, Lansdowne - adopted through Tantallon Veterinary Hospital!

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

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