Hello everyone, how y’all doin’ today? I don’t know about you but I’ve been pretty busy so far this week. Seal has been pretty busy too. Doing what you ask? As you can tell from the photo, we’re getting all spiffified for National Feral Cat Day this coming Sunday. Yes, Seal and I are co-hosts along with Mackerull from Da Tabbies O Trout Towne and Cathy Keisha from Stunning Keisha. You got it, we’re all formerly feral.
Hopefully lots of you will join us on Sunday for National Feral Cat Day. It’s a special day to honor feral kitties and promote love, compassion and caring for feral kitties everywhere. Seal and I were feral, born outside and we lived outside until we were captured and brought inside to live. That doesn’t happen much with ferals as old as we were (8-9 months) but it does happen more than you might suspect. Anyways, we’re thrilled to participate in this special day and we hope lots of you will join us on Sunday, feel free to grab the badge. Since it is also Sunday Selfie Day we’ll have our Selfies for you too.
Okay, that’s enough for now, y’all have a fun Tabby Tuesday everyone! Remember, adopt cats, we deserve it!!!!! More Forever Homes More Often! Purrrrr! Zip! Later!
I will look forward to seeing all of you on Sunday.
We’ll mark our calendars! We aren’t sure but we believe I was either feral or a barn cat prior to being taken by someone to the shelter. It’s a great day to celebrate though and we’ll be doing that!
I shall try to take a peek on Sunday xoxo Little Miss Titch
Simon, that is definitely a holiday that we will be celebrating with you. You and Seal are so fortunate to be inside with loving humans. If only all kitties could live that way.
ooh we hope it will be a super event!!!
That day was new to me. I am looking forward to sunday!
Aren’t you and Seal happy you were captured? Both of you are super lucky cats!
Great pictures and a day to celebrate no longer being an outdoor feral.
That sounds like it will be a great post Simon!!
I had a home once and I think the people moved because I was left outside.
When I ran through Auntie’s yard looking for food she gave me some.
She told mum and mum came and got me 🙂
I wish people would be more responsible.
I am so happy for all four of you that you were brought inside and tamed your humans, oops I mean were tamed by your humans. all of you are so beautiful. Simon your face markings are showing well today in your photo
I’m glad you’re all FORMER ferals!
That’s awesome, Simon! We will be looking forward to Sunday!
Simon, that is a day we will certainly celebrate to the best of our ability! Our “Kittens” (three years old) were also born feral, and we take care of their mom and Uncle Jack outside. In fact, all our present and most of our past cats were stray or feral in origin.
What a wonderful thing you’re doing. I’ve adopted many feral kitties over the years. They need us so very much.
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Have a fabulous Happy Tuesday. Scritches all around and my best to your peeps. ♥
Oh my goodness what a fun dat that will be. I have never owned a feral cat. BUT I know one thing for certain all of the feral who have furever homes are most lucky.
Fabulous ferals …
Java Bean: “Ay, I was feral too! I lived on the streets in Mexico! Can I participate?”
Charlee: “Are you a cat?”
Java Bean: “….. No.”
Chaplin: “Then do you think you can participate?”
Java Bean: “…… Sí?”
will be sure to visit all of you! What a great clowder of spokescats!!!! xoxo
What a most special day, and we will make sure to stop by!!
Sunny and Rosy
I will see you all then.
That’s a wonderful thing to be part of. We understand how excited you are!
We are glad that we’ll be able to join you in your special day!
We’ve never tried to take in feral kittens at that age. When my girls were little, we’d be given the feral kittens up to 3 months old to see if we could get them ready for adoption. The girls would dress them in doll clothes and play tea party with them, and i think after that they figured nothing worse could happen to them in life so all of them calmed down and got homes!
I love ferals. My Brody is a former feral and my 3 girls and Tuffy are all still quite feral. XO
Oh yes, for sure!
Our Sweetie was feral/community cat too, now napping all day long in a heated beddy.
That will be a cool post. I will either catch it on Sunday or Monday, as I work weekends!
We’ll be here, for sure!
Wow, that is a super special day that’s coming up on Sunday! We will most definitely see you, sweet pals. XO
They could not have chosen better hosts. I am looking forward to it
Genial y suerte para el domingo. Te mando un beso.
None of us Mews are Formerly Feral so all we can do is honor and admire those who were and adapted to the Beings. Well, OK. Marley was a shelter cat as a kitten, so he might have been, briefly (he doesnt remember). But hurrahmeow to those who got gotched and thoughts to those who havent!
I’d say you are all looking pretty darn spiffy!!!
OH ~ how exciting ~ a day to honor feral cats ~ you look spiffy ~ sweet photo ~ Xo
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What a fantastic event to celebrate!
I’ll be sure to mark my calendar! Hopefully, I won’t forget or be too busy.
Sometimes my cat also thinks that he is a feral cat. He will probably celebrate;)