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  1. Two other ladies were feeding at times taking in some of the homeless cats and kittens when I moved in Moble home for many years one moved then the other now it’s just me some are friendly some feryal about four are sick now I have been told if I don’t stop feeding them I will be evicted from park I can’t afford to move my Moble home .most are healthy I flea the ones I can pet .I can’t bare even walking out side because they are there hungry and confused iam sure .what do I do ?

    1. It sounds like you are in a difficult situation. Feeding stray cats can be a kind and compassionate thing to do, but it can also lead to problems if not done responsibly. If the cats you are feeding are causing issues for the other residents of the mobile home park, the park owner has the right to ask you to stop feeding them.

      If you are unable to find homes for the cats or afford to move your mobile home, one option may be to contact a local animal shelter or rescue group to see if they can provide assistance. These organizations often have programs in place to help feed and care for stray and homeless cats, and may be able to help you find a solution to the situation.

      Another option is to try to gradually wean the cats off of being fed by you. This can be done by slowly reducing the amount of food you provide, and encouraging the cats to find food elsewhere. This may take some time, and you may need to continue providing some food until the cats are able to fend for themselves.

      Ultimately, the decision is up to you, but it’s important to consider the potential consequences of continuing to feed the cats if it could lead to you being evicted from your home. It may be best to seek help from a local animal organization to find a solution that is safe and responsible for both you and the cats.

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