Brad is a friendly boy (especially when he is feeling hungry
He has previously had a pelvic injury probably from a road
traffic accident although he still manages to jump up in the
pen and seems to have no problems getting around. He has been
He is a big good natured tabby who likes a lot of love and fuss and his new owner will be rewarded with lots of affection from Brad in return.
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Ideal homes are: Farms, Smallholdings, Stables, or just a rural home with some land or a large garden.
Having a small colony of feral cats in such environments is mutually beneficial - they take care of ‘Mouse Control’ and you supply them with a safe home.
You would need to provide them with regular food and clean water daily, and somewhere warm and dry to shelter, such as a barn or outbuilding.
Feral cats relocated via Cats Protection will already be neutered, but you will need to keep an eye on them to make sure that they remain healthy.
When feral cats are re-located they should be confined to a secure indoor area such as a barn, containing bedding areas, litter trays and food and water for up to 3 weeks, whilst they acclimatise to their new environment, otherwise they will simply run away when released.
Although they will initially fear human contact, over time you should be able to earn their trust to some extent. Some feral cats may even become friendly to varying degrees.