came to us all by herself. We suspect she was dumped in the
woods behind the Sanctuary. We began seeing her on the back
porch, eating from the food dish we leave out for the
strays. She would let us pet her but as soon as she ate, she
would leave and walk up the quiet road next to our house. It
occurred to us that although she was very young, she might
be nursing kittens. Sure enough, a week later, she brought
her three identical, black kittens to the porch to show them
where food could be found.
We had to trap all three kittens and they were already very
feral. were absolutely wild but we hoped they could be tamed
down and placed up for adoption.
We had to trap all three kittens and together with Lacey,
were taken to our veterinarian for sterilization, shots and
testing. All three kittens were girls and with the help of
our Facebook followers, they were named
Raven were already very feral when we trapped them
but we hoped they could be tamed down and placed up for
adoption. Unfortunately, that did not happen and we were not
able to fully domesticate them. For their safety, we decided
it was best to incorporate them in with the sanctuary cats
instead of releasing them back into the wild.