How to Foster a FERAL Mama and Kittens (10 Things You Should Know!)

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In this video, I discuss ten things you need to know about how to foster a feral mama and her kittens, including how to set up a proper space for them, how to safely handle the kittens, how to transfer the mama in and out of the enclosure, when to spay the mama, and more!

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How to Foster a FERAL Mama and Kittens (10 Things You Should Know!)

10 thoughts on “How to Foster a FERAL Mama and Kittens (10 Things You Should Know!)

  1. My mom is once I’m driving on the road and then she found a kitten and the rest of his litter was a crush on the road and we couldn’t find mom

  2. Kitten Lady, is it normal for mama cat to attack/hiss her 5~6 month old kittens when near, but sometimes lick them?

  3. if the cat is feral, maybe they can have access to the outside to go to the bathroom, the kittens won't leave the nest so you don't need to clean a litterbox. They can even find their own food in the neighborhood but you can also provide some food.

  4. "Kitten don't like anything new!"
    That reminds me of an episode of the loony tune babies when baby Silvester got taken away his blanket. He insists how much he needs the blanket, how he had it since he could think and that it shall not be washed. Then the nanny shows Silvester a short video of him when he first got his blanket and he hissed at it and threw it away. :,D

  5. I'm a few days into fostering a feral cat and her kittens for my local humane society, and this is such valuable information! Thank you so much. Now off to fetch my spatula from the kitchen!

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