There are a lot of homeless cats in this world. Many of those homeless cats are actually feral. Some have been lucky enough to find homes.
Instead of hunting they now can spend their days lounging and napping.
Instead of fighting off predators they can spend their days grooming.
Instead of trying to stay warm in colder climates, they can play in boxes and knock stuff off shelves! ha ha
No more tough days for these alley cats turned pampered house cats.
We searched around Instagram and found so many awesome stray and feral cats who have been adopted into loving homes that we had to make a gallery!
Have you taken in or adopted a stray cat? Please post pictures of your cat enjoying their new life in the comments below.
If you have feral cats in your neighborhood we encourage you to get involved in a Trap, Neuter, Release program in your area. There are over 3 million stray cats living in Los Angeles alone. It’s a staggering number. Now imagine all the feral and stray cats in all the cities all over the country and all over the world. It’s important for all of us to do our part. If we work together, within our own communities, we can help feral cats to thrive. Many people employ feral cats to hunt mice and rats for their businesses or warehouses. Hopefully, together, we can put an end to kitten season.