Feral Cats have their Valentines and soulmates

Feral Cats have their Valentines and soul mates too, and here Blake and Faith express their love for one another.

Do you think the feral cats can love just as much as our domestic kitties. Probably so. Have you ever experienced a magic moment where your caught ferals showing how much they loved each other, or a human. If so, please weigh in on the discussion and share your thoughts.

Even the Feral Cats love their soul mates cat, and here Blake and Faith express their love for one another.

Even the Feral Cats love their soul mates cat, and here Blake and Faith express their love for one another.

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

3 Responses

  1. eva grzelak says:

    I totally agree. I too have two feral female cats, and yes,
    at night they curl up with each other on my bed. The younger one, Abby, would love to play with my dog, Glacier — Glacier, not so much, though she tolerates her! By day, Abby and the other cat, Faith, groom each other!
    So yes, ferals are loving beings with each other, if not with their humans.

  2. Sharon S. says:

    My formerly feral brother cats have groomed each other and curl up at night to sleep together since they were kittens. It’s adorable. Yes, I think ferals can love another cat…and us humans.

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