October: Celebrate the Feral Cats

This feral is just one of many that has the luxury of being at the HART shelter
in Cumberland, Maine.

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BJ Bangs is an established journalist, photographer, and an aspiring author. She loves everything about cats, including writing about them.

8 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: Celebrate Feral Cats

  1. Thank you for sharing that little beauty with us. We care about feral cats.

  2. Loy says:

    Beautiful kitty. I’m a firm believer in the trap/neuter/release programs as well. Good luck to this cat!

  3. We love feral cats! What a beauty!

  4. Connie says:

    very lovely photo 🙂

  5. Sparkle says:

    Paws up for feral kitties! We are big supporters of our wild brothers and sisters!

  6. wagthedoguk says:

    wow this beautiful cat looks just like my old cat Max. Super sweet!

  7. Awww, what a lovely photo of a sweet cat!

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At Paws for Reflection, we're serious about cats, writing about cat health, cat rescue and cat news. We delve into why cats are the absolute best soul mates. We spring in a little humor with lots of travel tips, photos and a few feline tales, making Paws for Reflection a must stop for cat information on the cat crazed Internet. BJ is an award-winning blogger/journalist, communications professional and photographer.

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