Help for Cats

 

How do I Take Care of a Colony of Feral Cats?

The very first thing that needs to be done when caring for a colony of cats outside is to make sure that all the cats are spayed and neutered and that any new cats that show up in the colony get spayed and neutered as soon as possible.

The reason spay/neuter is the first and most important step is because it is the best way to stop the overpopulation of cats, keep the cats healthy and happy, and help keep your neighbors happy by eliminating nuisance behaviors. Metro Denver Cat provides free trap rental to anyone who needs to trap cats for trap- neuter- return. Call 844- 336- 2287 to schedule an appointment to pick up traps.

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Caring for a feral cat colony can be rewarding, but it is not without challenges. We have curated our best tips and tricks from colony managers we've assisted in the past,  and from our own experience caring for feral cat colonies. Click the link below to find out more. If you can't find an answer to a question, please reach out to us through email or phone 844-336-2287.  We are always here to help. 

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Find out how safely and properly feed a colony of feral cats. 

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Find out how to care for a feral cat colony in the winter. 

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Find out how to make an outside litterbox for feral cats. 

How to feed a feral cat colony. 

How to take care of a feral cat colony in the winter. 

How to make a litterbox outside for

feral cats.