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.

  2. The women across the street from me keeps feeding 2 stray and intact toms causing them to take up residence around my house. This created a problem for me because these 2 toms keep coming to my yard and terrorizing my own cats. Mine are spayed females and for some reason those cats insist on bullying my cats. Two of the fights they’ve had resulted in visits to the vet for swollen abscesses. I’ve asked her to stop feeding them after explaining the situation, let’s see if she listens. If not, I’ll do whatever has to be done even if it means killing the strays. I’m sure it’s not just my cats they bully, but the entire neighbourhood pet cats. It’s so inconsiderate of the of everyone around her. If she wants to keep them, she should trap and sterilize them! If they end up being injured because I took matters into my own hands, that’s her own fault.

    1. I’m really sorry to hear about the trouble you’re experiencing with the stray toms and the impact they’re having on your cats. It’s understandable that you’re frustrated and concerned about the situation. Dealing with territorial disputes between cats can be challenging and can sometimes lead to injuries.

      While it’s important to address the issue and protect your own cats, I would encourage you to consider alternative solutions before resorting to extreme measures. Killing the strays may not be the best course of action, as it could lead to further complications and potential legal consequences.

      Have you considered talking to your neighbor again and emphasizing the severity of the situation? Perhaps you could discuss the option of trapping and sterilizing the stray toms to prevent further breeding and territorial behavior. This approach could help in reducing their aggression and potentially minimize their impact on the neighborhood cats.

      Additionally, you might want to explore other methods to deter the stray toms from entering your property, such as using motion-activated deterrents or fencing off certain areas. Providing a safe and secure environment for your own cats is crucial to their well-being.

      Remember, it’s important to prioritize the safety of all animals involved and find a resolution that benefits everyone. If the situation persists despite your efforts, you could consider reaching out to local animal control or a community organization that deals with stray animals for further assistance.

      I hope you find a solution that brings peace and harmony to your neighborhood and keeps all the cats safe.

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