Feral Cats cat take great selfies too

Why limit selfies to our indoor cats? These ferals who have the luxury of living inside have adapted quite well to their inside foster homes. They’ve learned to wind their humans around their paws, and now have learned how to take some pawsome selfies.

How have you taught your cats, or the community cats – and we all have some of those – how to take the best selfies? Share your tips for our readers to enjoy.

Help the feral cats

Shelter for feral cats can be a barn or empty out-building or a make-shift unit where the cat can escape predators and the elements.

 

Feral cats benefit from TNR programs

Feral cats benefit from coming inside out of the cold.

 

Handsome black and white feral cat selfie

Handsome black and white feral cat selfie

This Sunday Selfie Blog Hop is sponsored by The Cat on My Head

This Sunday Selfies Blog Hop is being hosted by Cat on My Head

This Sunday Selfies Blog Hop is being hosted by Cat on My Head

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BJ

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

6 Responses

  1. Pipo/Minko/MrJackFreckles says:

    Beautiful (feral) kitties!

  2. Kitties Blue says:

    The B&W kitty looks so much like our angel Daphne. It brought back so many sweet memories. Thanks for sharing these kitties and thanks especially for joining our blog hop. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

  3. What nice selfies. Very beautiful kitties.

  4. Ellen Pilch says:

    They are all gorgeous. I have a feral now, he is staying by himself and doesn’t seem to want to interact with humans or cats, but he is well behaved- and safe.

  5. I have always had a particular fondness for feral cats. Our cat was Elsie is a feral cat. She’s been with us 17 years and originally came inside because she’s deaf and it was too risky for her to remain outside.

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