The Day After RTF
HIYA! SAVANNAH HERE!!
We are late posting and it’s gonna be short Mom L is still gone but I thought you would all like to see that Mr. Tomcat is indeed safe and truly back “home” with his community cat feeder.
His ears sort’a suggest he was still not in a great mood after is “snip” experience, but no more kittens coming from him! And he has a food service person to keep an eye on him. RTF does work. These community cats do have members of the public who care for and about them. Please ask your own community shelter to get started with a Return to Field program. SAVE COMMUNITY CAT LIVES and REDUCE EUTHANISIA NUMBERS and INCREASE LIVE RELEASE NUMBERS
PAW PATS, SAVANNAH
My scariest tomcat turned into a teddy bear after snipping. Hard to believe that under all that gruff and huff (scared me to death to catch him and take him to the vet) all he wanted was to simply be a lap cat! Who knew! Maybe Mr. Tomcat will turn into a marshmallow! 🙂
Grumpy we can all live with, excess of kittens is a major problem so it is wonderful this project has done the thing that will save most lives, and soo easy too! Thanks for a great post! purrs ERin
We are so happy that this sweetie is back in familiar territory and is being cared for. What a wonderful thing you are part of now, Linda. Sending lots of love and hugs, Jnet and Kitties Blue
Mr. Tomcat may be unhappy now, but he will be so much healthier and happier from now on. Glad he’s back in his own ‘hood.
He is a handsome guy.
We’re sure Mr. Tomcat will get over it…and be much happier as a result.
Savvy, this is just great to see. TNR works and he will be OK (if a little bit grumpy!!)
Glad Mr Tom is back and eating!
welcome home dood ♥♥♥
Mr. Tomcat is lucky. No more fighting over us pretty girl cats. It’s getting so around here that UCFCC is starting to turn down requests because there are so many community cats and so little support.
Paws up! I’m so glad that he got “done.”
Welcome back Mr Tom Cat
Lily & Edward
Glad he’s okay 🙂
Glad Tomcat is back and that he has someone to keep an eye on him.
Hi Savannah, this is a nice post, Tomcat is back, he doesn’t have to fight so much any more, and the most important is that no more kittens.
That’s great that people take care of these homeless cats.
We have so cold winters that cats don’t survive without
a possibility to stay inside. And that is a huge problem here.