Feral/stray cats live a life on the streets, often with no shelter, inadequate amounts of food to survive, no owner to take them to a vet, when ill & are caught in a continuing cycle of breeding, as unneutered cats. The life of a feral cat is significantly shorter than the life of a domestic, pet cat.
We recently became aware of a large colony of stray/feral cats in the village of Langwith, on the Derbys/Notts border. A number of them have sadly already died, on the busy road, next to the allotments they are living on.
Our project aims to trap these cats, using a humane animal trap, neuter, flea/worm & relocate to safe farm homes, where they will have warm, dry shelter & be fed regularly. This will reduce the size of the colony. Other cats will be returned to the site, once neutered, as the breeding cycle will be halted, after neuter. We would like to provide these cats with appropriate shelter & food to help them survive their life on the streets.
In doing this, the cats will have happier, healthier & safer lives.
Please support our project and help us help these lovely street cats.