Frequent Questions

What is a Feral Cat?

A feral cat is often born in the wild or is the offspring of an owned or feral cat and is not socialized to humans. Unfortunately, this can also be a formerly owned cat that has been abandoned and is no longer socialized to humans. Feral cats live outdoors in family groups called colonies. Our preference is to refer to these cats as “community cats”. As a general rule, feral kittens who are not socialized before 8 weeks of age should ideally remain with the colony instead of attempting to socialize them.

  • The Clothes Less Traveled organization has invested $5,000 in our spay-neuter program to help dogs in Coweta County.

  • Whiskers-n-Paws’ Trap-Neuter-Return Program is proudly supported by the Petco Foundation.

  • The Georgia Department of Agriculture has invested $5,000 in our Spay-Neuter program to help the citizens of Coweta-Fayette Counties spay or neuter their owned pet.

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