If you have been following our posts, you know one of the community cats – Dali, needs emergency medical treatment which is costly. After much considerations, we decided to raise funds for Dali. Your help is greatly appreciated!
You can donate or read dali’s story here:
This is how we feed the community cats every morning, and we do the same every evening, for the past several years.
They are a group of quiet and peaceful cats, their irresponsible owners dumped them or their parents onto the streets, they just want to live/sleep/eat and not be bothered.
We helped spay neuter all of them who showed up in our yard not spayed/neutered. They usually just hangout and sleep in our backyard and comes together just in time for their breakfast and dinner.
To learn more about spay/neuter programs in your area, follow the link below:
Over the last year or so, our back yard has become increasingly popular among local alley cats.
We now have about 8 regular visitors that come daily begging for food, and quite a few of them decided to stay and live in our backyard. Which is probably a good thing!
We trap and neuter any cats that comes to visit but doesn’t have a tipped ear. And I think we have done a pretty good job keeping local stray cat population low.. at least around our house.