More than just Food for Ferals
I have TNR'd five cats so far. Number six still needs done, but I'm going to wait another week, as she is still somewhat nursing her four babies.
I am in Central, Arizona, so I know I sound like a wimp about the cold, but winter is coming on and it's getting into the 50's and 40's overnight. I've put out a carry-kennel with the door removed and a towel in it, hoping to lure the family into it as a home, but nothing has happened. I also have a cage, about 20"x36"x 20" high, with three tiers, a littler box and food and water dishes that the babies go in to play. I'll keep the babies in the cage the night I take momcat to get TNR'd.
I'd like to find some way, or something I can do, to allow them to stay a little warmer over night. I already have four indoor cats, so bringing them in is not really and option because of space. It's just not that big a house. Any recommendations or suggestions.
Thanx in advance.
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Shadowcat (and company)