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Many people let their cats outdoors, often with misplaced good intentions. Check out the six most common reasons people let their cats outside, and safer, indoor alternatives.

Many people come into contact with stray and feral cats in their everyday lives. Find out how to care for litters of stray and feral kittens here.

Feral cats have different needs than the cuddly cats and kittens hoping to find homes here on Petfinder.

Abandoned, stray kittens have an unlikely chance of surviving long on their own. If you find stray kittens, check out these tips to help them stay safe and find a new home.

If you have feral cats that you care for, check out this how-to for building a feral cat shelter.

If you leave water out for your neighborhood cats, take a look at these tips for preventing freezing water in the cold months.

Whether a cat is a stray cat or a feral cat can be hard to tell just by looking at him. Here are ways to help figure out the status of an outdoor cat.

Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) is the best way to gradually reduce the numbers of feral cats. Find out how to TNR feral cats in your neighborhood here.

Surgical sterilization of dogs and cats has been a part of the arsenal used to prevent unwanted breeding for decades and now nonsurgical options are available. Learn what they are here.

Trap-neuter-return (TNR) is a great way to help reduce the size of feral cat colonies. Find out what TNR is and how to get involved.