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Feral Cat Removal in Topeka, KS

  • A feral cat is a cat that lives outdoors and had had little or no human contact. They live in colonies that are close to food, water, and shelter.
  • Once a feral cat is trapped, they will hiss, growl, bare their teeth, or strike out. They want absolutely no human contact.
  • Feral cat primarily live on food scavenged from garbage when it is available to them. They will animals they kill and carcasses of animals already dead.  Feral cats will prey on a wide variety of both vertebras and invertebrates.  They prefer smaller animals such as mammals, birds, and lizards.
  • Feral kittens have death rate of 50% within the first year.
  • Feral cats are susceptible to diseases and infections including rabies, bartonellosis, toxoplasmosis, plague, parasites, feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV), feline leukemia virus rickettsia diseases, and feline respiratory disease. Cat scratch fever and rabies are the main two diseases among the feral cat.
  • Feral cats will hunt rodents, birds, and small animals. Feral cats kill one to four billion birds a year.
  • Feral cats do not socialize with people. They will seek hiding places to avoid people.
  • Many feral cats crawl, crouch, or stay low to the ground and protect their body with their tail. They do not make eye contact.
  • Feral cats do not meow or purr, this is a learned behavior.
  • A male with big head, thick neck, and muscular body is normally a feral cat. They are have hair loss, greasiness, or bumps at the base of the tail due to the hormones.
  • During mating season, there is a foul musk cent and will mate very loudly.

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