My Boy Buddy

My Boy Buddy

Here’s Buddy! Buddy is my boy. He’s a chill dude. He’s beloved by cats wherever he goes. Buddy is an orange tabby and everyone loves orange tabbies! I told you the story of Daisy in a previous post. This is her littermate and brother, Buddy. How It Began Initially, I had decided to adopt one of the six teenage kittens …

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What Can You Do to Help Community Cats?

What Can You Do To Help Community Cats?

Community cats are our responsibility. They are a part of our ecosystem and have been around us for more than 10000 years now. This beautiful, mutually beneficial companionship needs your help. When you see a community cat, all you might think is to give them food and maybe keep them as pets. Well, that’s not enough and you can’t always …

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How to Keep Outdoor Cats Warm in Winter

How to Keep Outdoor Cats Warm in Winter

The heat of summer is almost over and it’s starting to cool down now. It’s time to start thinking about how to keep outdoor cats warm in winter. Whether it’s barn cats, a feral cat colony, neighborhood community cats, or the stray cat you’ve found, you may want to consider helping our outdoor felines stay warm in winter. Depending upon …

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One Lucky Cat: Echo

One Lucky Cat: Echo

Meet Echo! A tortoiseshell female cat of unknown age and origin who has been both unlucky and lucky in life as a barn cat. She’s a real character though, so you’ll love her and her sass! Warning: There is one slightly graphic picture of her injured and scraped up leg in this post.  If you’re sensitive to pictures of this …

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Ringworm & Cats: It's Not That Scary

Ringworm and Cats: It’s Not That Scary

If you’ve been caring for cat colonies, barn cats, or fostering kittens, you’ve probably gotten some experience with ringworm by now. Ringworm and cats are often linked together in very negative ways. There are many causes of ringworm and cats are only one of them. Cats are often blamed for it in people, horses, and other pets. Ringworm sounds super …

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