Wild About Cats of Cumberland County
Each unneutered, feral cat can produce a staggering number of kittens. A female may have up to three litters a year while for a male the number is unlimited. Many kittens die within the first six months, but the survivors then reproduce, and their kittens reproduce, and their kittens, continually expanding the feral population. Most feral cats live short, miserable lives, ultimately dying of disease, injuries or predation.
Trap-Neuter-Release helps to reduce the population explosion and improve the lives of feral cats by capturing, neutering, vaccinating for rabies, then releasing them. Neutered cats are released near feeding stations that also provide shelter, and many volunteers provide ongoing food.
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