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Asked in Cat Behavior
How long until a tame cat becomes feral?
Being a feral is not a stage in a cat's life, a feral cat is a cat that is wild and lives without humans, possibly in colonies with other feral cats. A tame cat is a cat that lives with humans. Tame cats do not have to become ferals. ...
Asked in Cats (Felines), Domestic Cat Breeds
What is a wild domestic cat called?
Feral cat is unsocialized domestic cat. Feral Cats looks like pet cats. Feral cats are born outdoors, and they live outdoors. Feral cats are noctural. They sleep during the daytime, and they are active during night. Feral cats are wary of humans; thus they aren't adoptable as pet cats. Feral cats live in colonies with other feral cats. ...
Asked in Cats (Felines), Feral Cats
How can you tell if your cat is feral?
A feral cat basically means a stray cat: A feral animal means that it is a domesticated species which reverted back to its' natural ways and no longer relies on humans. If you own a cat then it is not feral but if it does things like, hunting or shows territorial behavior to other cats it is showing natural behavior which is a norm.:) ...
Asked in Feral Cats
What are Feral Cats?
Feral cats are wild descendants of domestic cats. A feral cat has never associated with humans. How did feral cats come to be? When two strays mate in the wild, they give birth to a litter of feral kittens. These kittens have never interacted with humans. Feral kittens can be domesticated if taken in young, but adult feral cats are almost impossible to domesticate. Answer 1 A feral cat is a domestic cat which has been homeless so long that it has adapted to...
Asked in Cats (Felines)
Do you have information on wild house cat sized cats?
These are called feral cats. Get involved in a TNR (trap and release) program that spays and neuters the feral cats and feed them. They usually live in a colony and can be helpful to the neighborhood if they're all spayed, neutered, and fed daily. ...
Asked in Feral Cats
Why would a feral cat who roamed suddenly stay at the same place?
The feral cat has either decided to trust you, OR the cat is sick. A cat will often isolate, stay in one place, and even hide when in pain or ill. ...
If your vaccinated cat was attacked by a feral cat and you handled him shortly afterwards are you at risk for rabies?
It depends if the feral cat had rabies and if your cat has had a vaccine. If it has, you probably are in no danger. However, you should still bring him/her to the vet's office, just in case. ...