Domesticating A Feral Cat Is Not A Task For The Faint Of Heart
Feral cats are born in the wild and have very little contact with humans. Domesticating a cat is not a task for the faint of heart. It will take a lot of time and patience. The good news is that feline cats can become your new feline friend. If you find a stray cat in your yard, there are steps you can take to ensure its safety. Feral cats have never had the pleasure of bonding with a human in any meaningful way. They often consider all people as large predators and are not afraid to act accordingly. Food is one thing that will greatly increase your chances of training a wild cat. It's understood that wild cats became domesticated in the first place because they were content with the idea of having access to regular meals. Do not make eye contact when you spot the cat. When bringing home a wild animal, you want to avoid bringing it inside. Instead, take the cat to the vet for a full checkup, vaccination, and spayed or neutered. Consider entertaining your cat's new living area. . . .