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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Outdoor cats, Europe
by Arunas Travel Photography - 0

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The outdoor cats may be pet cats whose owners let them outdoors, or they may be feral or stray community cats who live outdoors.

Feral cats have either never had any contacts with humans or their contacts with humans have diminished over time. They are usually too fearful to be handled or adopted.



Stray cats have been socialized to people at some point in their life, but have left or lost their domestic home, as well as most human contacts and dependence. They are usually tame and comfortable around people.

Many people see a cat who seems homeless and start feeding the cat. Ideally, if the homeless cat is tame, the first step is to try to find the cat's owner. If the owner can't be found, step two is to try to find a permanent home for the cat through a shelter, rescue or other means. If the homeless cat is feral, it's best to find out if there are any groups doing Trap-Neuter-Return in the community.


Budapest cat
Pet cat, Budapest, Hungary
Pet cat
Pet cat, Vilnius, Lithuania
Stray cat
Stray cat, Vilnius, Lithuania
Stray cat
Stray cat, Vilnius, Lithuania
Cat
Stray cat, Vilnius, Lithuania
Paris cat
Stray cat, Paris, France
Burano cat
Pet cat, Burano Island, Italy
Cat
Stray cat, Valencia, Spain
Cat
Pet cat, Granada, Spain
Cat in Barcelona
Feral cat, Barcelona, Spain
Barcelona cat
Feral cat, Barcelona, Spain
Cats
Feral cat, Barcelona, Spain
Cats in Barcelona
Feral cats, Barcelona, Spain
Cats in Barcelona
Feral cats, Barcelona, Spain
Cat
Feral cat, Barcelona, Spain
Cat
Feral cat, Barcelona, Spain
Kitten
Stray Kitten, Malaga, Spain
Kitten
Stray Kitten, Malaga, Spain
Cat
Stray cat, Malaga, Spain
Malaga cat
Stray cat, Malaga, Spain



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