General News · 6th November 2019
Feral cats are sexually mature by six months of age and can have anywhere from a single kitten to as many as 12, multiple times a year. The average lifespan of a feral cat is only a couple of years. Most don’t live to see adulthood due to predation, disease, and malnutrition.
OVER a couple of months, the Cortes Cat Rescue society has had 7 rescued cats in our loving care. Four now have homes and the remaining three are now available for adoption. These beautiful cats are spayed/neutered, and ready to live with humans. Good ratters and hungry for your loving companinship. If you are thinking of having a pet, please call Samantha 935-0276.
mahalo nui loa*
Comment by arpad on 7th November 2019
*thank you very much! from my 2 fuzzy ferals from Hawaii (where feral cats are a huge problem).
Please folks - if your cat goes outside PLEASE get him/her spayed/neutered.