Stray cats can now be seen almost everywhere; in residential, commercial and even recreational areas. If you see one, others are probably in the vicinity because they travel in packs. You can turn a blind eye but you cannot hide from the naked truth. Some are shy, some are nuisances - ransacking rubbish bins and stealing leftovers.
On a happier note, animal lovers have united and getting them homes or shelters. For those unwanted felines, they feed them, pool money and resources to get them spayed or neutered. Their rationale is simple; the sterilized cats will chase newcomers off their territory. If the authorities culled them, other virile strays will come and take over the vacant territory.Q:
How to recognize a spayed or neutered stray?A:
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