It would be easy for me to feel sorry for myself because I am a diabetic cat. No cat enjoys getting ear sticks and insulin injections twice a day. I have learned to tolerate this from the human, because I know it makes me feel better when my blood sugar levels are under control. That is what I must endure as a diabetic cat.
But even a diabetic cat like me has it easy compared to many feral cats. I have a warm home to live in where I do not have to worry about getting wet in the rain. I have all the noms I could ever wish for. I have my human and my sisfurs to play with. And even though I do not like taking trips to the humans in white coats, if I need it, I can go there.
For many feral cats, all of these things are luxuries they do not have. They must deal with living outdoors, exposed to the elements, with no ready source of noms and no access to the humans in white coats. It is a tough life, but they make the best of it.
And that is why I am very happy that an organization like Love your Feral Felines is around. While feral cats are not special needs cats like a diabetic cat, they can use the help of humans to live long and happy lives.
Their mission is “to improve the lives of feral and abandoned cats and kittens” and they do a very good job of this. Recently, in just one day, they saved four feral cats. Their work, my furiends, literally saves lives.
During this time of year, the human tells me that many people are looking for things called tax deductions. I do not know what those are, but I do know that you can help Love your Feral Felines and get one. It also is the time of year where many humans give gifts. I cannot think of a better gift to give to a feral cat than something on their wish list.