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Have you found a stray cat or a feral cat?

One of the top questions that we receive on our social media pages and via our National Information Line is what to do if you have found a feral cat or a stray cat. But what’s the difference between the two and how can you tell which is which?

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The best way to identify a lost pet

In a recent survey over a quarter of owners reported that their cat had gone missing at some point, yet nearly 40% rely only on a collar for identification.

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Microchip reunites cat with happy owner six years later

Cats Protection’s Bridgend Adoption Centre has reunited a cat with her happy owner six years after she went missing thanks to a microchip. Rebecca and Chloe have been reunited thanks to a microchip.

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How to make a stray cat shelter

Stray and feral cats can often find it difficult to find warm and safe places to sleep, especially during the winter months. If you've encountered a cat on the street and you're unsure of whether it has an owner, keep in mind that it might be a feral cat.

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‘Will neutering calm my kitten down?’ and other neutering FAQs

Neutering will certainly prevent him from displaying mating behaviours and he will grow out of his kitten behaviours in time. Our neutering guide outlines some of the other benefits of neutering.

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Lost cat – what to do if your cat goes missing

If your cat hasn’t come home, don’t panic! Cats will often go ‘missing’ only to arrive home later that evening – or in some cases months later – as though nothing has happened!

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Missing cat reunited with owner after 17 months

On Good Friday 2013, Jayne and Martin Everill’s much-loved ginger boy Tigger wandered off through the cat-flap for a late-night prowl. Sadly, he didn’t return to his home in Erdington.

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Yorkshire cat found safe in Suffolk

Ginger tabby Kitz was discovered among a group of stray and feral cats by a volunteer for Cats Protection’s Breckland branch. The charity was called in to help trap, neuter and return them to help control the population and prevent the spread of disease.

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