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More available cats and kittens...
Kya (Ki'-ah) was born in May of 2017. She was born outside into a feral colony. Typically the younger we bring feral kittens into our system the more easily they are domesticated. Kya was over the age limit but we thought we'd give it a try to tame her as she showed signs it was possible. Feral Cat Rescue wanted to try to find a better life for her. She has become the perfect pet's pet. She loves on and plays with other dogs and cats in the house. She'll sleep with you and will purr and let you pet her while she's eating. She will even come find you if she thinks she is due a can of cat food. She is quite shy and will take a lot of patience to trust you. If you are looking for a companion to your companion and a nice girl to live with, she's the one for you. We have a foster-to-adopt program where you can take her home and give it a try to see if it works--or not. You can fill out an application and email to diane@feralcatrescuemd.org


Gilbert –Cat-Domestic short hair – One-year-old Male My name is Gilbert. I have a gentle personality and will jump into your lap to be pet. My housemate is Goldie and my best friend. If you’re interested in adopting us, you can fill out an application and email it to diane@feralcatrescuemd.org . You can meet us at the Petco in California on Saturdays and Sundays between 10:30 and 3. Love Gilbert
Meet Alley!

She is 8 years old and is a very affectionate, friendly cat. She loves to be pet. Alley was turned into Tri-County animal shelter and returned to Feral Cat Rescue. She is fully vetted. You can meet her on Saturdays and Sundays at the Petco in California. You can fill out an application and email it to diane@feralcatrescuemd.org
If you know of cats outside, please contact us to borrow a trap so we can get the cats spayed or neutered. Help us reduce the number of cats being euthanized every month at Tri-County Shelter by considering this a community problem and your responsibility to help solve the problem. It does cost tax payers about $100 per cat that goes thru the shelter doors. Let's continue to reduce this number by spaying and neutering community cats.
Thanks, Feral Cat Rescue
Goldie –Cat-Domestic short hair – One-year-old Female
My name is Goldie, I’m a beautiful Calico. I have a gentle personality and will jump into your lap to be pet. If you’re interested in adopting me, you can fill out an application and email it to diane@feralcatrescuemd.org . You can meet us at the Petco in California on Saturdays and Sundays between 10:30 and 3. Love Goldie