Some people like cats and some don't, there are people who keep cats as pets but you can see so many cats as stray they go here and there for food some die in accident and some survives there are people who work for some cause to save pets they go in search for pets who starve or are in bad health, If you're feeding cats you see outdoors, you obviously care about them. The HSUS has created resources to help you provide the best care possible to community (feral and stray) cats. If you've encountered a cat outdoors, you've probably wondered whom the cat belonged to, or if he or she even had an owner. Outdoor cats are sometimes owned cats whose owner lets them out. Often, however, they are community cats—ferals or strays. You can help these cats in different ways. Stray cats may be friendly and approach you for food or attention or they may be too scared to let you get close. But they will usually eat immediately if you put food down for them. Use caution, since you don't know how these cats will react. We have even seen that small children feeding the roadside cats with milk, bread, leftovers,
Some take them home, feed them . A cat is probably feral if he's still unapproachable and cannot be touched after several days of feeding. Don't try to handle a feral cat. Most feral cats can't be adopted because they are too frightened of people. The cat you're helping may be feral if he approaches you when extremely hungry but will only eat the food you've provided once you've walked away. Food and water are important parts of caring for community cats. But some people who are new to looking after these cats often don't realize that if they don't find a way to have the cats spayed or neutered, the number of hungry cats may soon become unmanageable as more and more kittens are born ,Outdoor cats can often be the cause of complaints—from a cat who stalks birds at a neighbor's bird feeder to a group of community cats (known as a colony) on a neighbor's property. If you are helping people keep cats off their property or resolve nuisance complaints,i f you're really lucky, there is an organization or agency in your area that can help you TNR the feral cats you're feeding. They may also be able to help find homes for friendly strays and kittens. If this help isn't available in your community, you may still be able to find veterinarians who are willing to provide low-cost services for community cats. If there's no local group helping community cats, you may decide to start one. Talk with others in your community and find some like-minded individuals to help share the workload. Don't reinvent the wheel; learn about proper feline nutrition the hard way. Now it’s my goal to help others before their cats end up like Alex did. Think long term and understand that starting your cats off on the right foods when they are small can give them long, healthy and happy lives – although it’s never too late to try making changes with adult cats either.
As cats age, they are bound to develop health issues; it’s inevitable. But a good diet can help keep some of those problems, such as IBD, at bay. We need to change the way we think about feeding our cats. Our kitties bring us great joy and unconditional love. Let’s do the same for them.