Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Feral Cats

Cats who have not been handled as kittens will generally not be willing to live in close contact with people as adults. For this reason it is usually preferable for them to be neutered and released as the alternative is keeping them permanently confined.

This is Moses, who has just been castrated and also treated for an abscess on his face and blood tested for FIV/FeLV. You can just see the wound under his right eye where the vets flushed and cleaned the abscess.

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