Sometimes, even with the best caregivers, a cat cannot go back to their original colony. In these cases the cats are pulled and relocated someplace safe. Relocation is always a last resort, to be done only when it is unsafe for a cat or colony of cats to return to their original location.There are a number of reasons it might be unsafe to return a cat to her colony. Sometimes it is not safe because of an injury the cat has, sometimes the location itself is just not safe for a colony of cats. Relocation is a process, you cannot just plop a feral cat down into a new home and expect everything to be ok. Just like when you introduce a cat to a new home and new cats, you must do a slow introduction process. Because it is a slow processes and the relocated cats will need to be feed daily, it takes a special person and just the right location to relocate feral cats.
|Fifi would be happiest living in a barn or other safe place for a feral cat.|
We are looking for someplace within 100 mile radius of Chicago. A barn, a home with a large, protected swath of land for Fifi to live on (with shelter from the elements of course), anything that would make a good home for a cat. She needs someplace safe to get her out from this cage and back to her life. If you have someplace that might work, or you are interested in learning more about having a feral cat relocated to your property please contact Cindy by email or call her at 773-203-0215.