To all those visiting us today, Eddy says, "Thank you. Thank you very much."
Have a wonderful Wednesday, everybuddy!
***Our Tip of the Day:
Although perhaps a bit easier without the freezing cold conditions, taking care of feral cats is just as important in the spring and summer months as it is in the winter months. In the warmer moths, it is of course crucial to provide feral cats with plenty of water, and to try to keep it as fresh as possible. Also, just as in the winter months, it is perhaps best to provide ferals with dry rather than moist food. Whereas in the winter months moist food can freeze and therefore result in inaccessible nutrition, in the warm months moist food can spoil and become inedible pretty quickly. And, although they don't need heated or heat-insulating shelters as in the winter, in the warm months it is still beneficial to provide ferals cats with shelter.