In a good home we have been known to live as long as 35 years, and in most households today, 18-20 is not that uncommon. We, however, as Feral Cats, can just have very short life spans of 3-5 years. If we are not hit by speeding drivers on cell phones or those just not paying attention, if we are not injured, or come down with a virus or bacterial infection, the stress we have to live under grossly shortens our lives. Our females are stressed even further bearing young and trying to care for those that manage to survive.
When we get sick, there is nobody to help us. When, however, Feral Cat Rescue/Research traps, neuters/spays and returns feral cats, we have been vaccinated against rabies, distemper, etc. and have a much better chance at survival. These colonies managed by Feral Cat Rescue/Research are also provided food and water and if they see one of us in need medically or otherwise, they will do everything in their power to help. FCRR makes a commitment to help us have a much better life.
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