I’m actually trying to place some of mine in new homes. Four of them are the offspring of a feral momma cat at work (have her as well and she is the sappiest love muffin of them all now) and the 6th was a stray gift at my back door.
“Im actually trying to place some of mine in new homes.”
Three of ours were babies of a feral momma in our yard. They appeared in 2011. We tried to place them in new homes, then we had a problem. We said we wouldn’t give them to anyone unless they treated them at least as well as we did. Some of the people who called ... OY!! So we still have them, and brought in Mom, too. All are love muffins.
Mom still has feral mindset, so although she loves to be petted, it can be only with one hand, with your other hand out of sight. No picking her up. (She may come around.) When we moved we had to catch her with a butterfly net type thingie made for feral cats. It worked, but moving day was stressful.