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Sep 26, 2009 ... Question from Jim: Hi Amy! Winter is coming, and we would like to take in an about two-year-old stray tomcat that is "living" in our yard since spring. However, he has never learned what a box is, so right now, we put him outside when we cannot babysit him. The house is fully carpeted with a l...


The key to taming a stray or feral cat successfully is to go through the process slowly, always making sure the cat is comfortable with the pace. ... Housebreaking. If your stray cat does her business outside the litter box, spend some time getting her acclimated to using it. Take samples of your cat's feces or urine and place ...


Apr 30, 2017 ... Many feral cats are born in the wild, and others have been abandoned by their owners or have become lost.http://www.feralcat.com/taming.html ... If you have your heart set on taming a feral cat, doing so will require an abundance of time and patience. ..... Yesterday I adopted a stray cat that's older.


Bringing a friendly stray cat in from the cold or keeping an indoor/outdoor feline entirely inside is not as difficult as one might think. Find out how to transition an outdoor cat to indoors here.


Apr 13, 2017 ... I provide step-by-step instructions on how to litter box train a stray cat and explain why this method works.


Imprinted on that texture, recently homed feral and stray cats may have to be actively trained to use a box filled with clay litter. While some strays catch on quickly, others don't. Try a fine grained sandtype litter rather than gravel textured clay. In some cases it may be necessary to start off with the substance the cat was used to ...


Jul 23, 2013 ... If you have a cat colony in your area, or if you'd like to volunteer with a rescue that helps feral cats, it's possible that you can not only successfully perform TNR but also remove and domesticate any young feral kittens you find, turning them from wild, hissing scratch-machines into happy, adoptable house ...


When you bring a new cat into your home, make sure the litter box is ready.


"But my cat has always gone outside," you protest. "I can't keep them in now." That's not necessarily true. Plenty of stray cats have been adopted and turned into happy indoor kitties who don't want to go out. The trick is to make the great indoors as fun and intriguing as the outdoors. Got problems with your cat? Try our Cat ...