Saturday, May 11, 2019

Rescuing a Sick Street Cat

Flatbush Cats neuters and feeds feral cats in Brooklyn, and tries to find homes for as many as they can. One day a new stray showed up who was shy, hungry, and sick. Julius didn't have the strength to fight the humans who helped him, but he was scared. Watch his transformation into a beautiful, cuddly pet under the care of volunteers who go the extra distance for their feline friends. (via Laughing Squid)

1 comment:

Bicycle Bill said...

Why do we get so upset about some types of invasive species like kudzu, zebra mussels, Eurasian milfoil, Asian carp (the so-called "jumping carp") in various rivers, or pythons in the Everglades, but actually promote other invasive species — like these feral cats? Sure, you'll neuter 'em when you find them, but for every one you do neuter, how many do you miss?