In most cases, adult feral cats cannot be domesticated or rehomed, as they have not been socialised when young and have become too used to living wild.
Neutering of feral cats has major health benefits and helps control the colony population. To be neutered, feral cats need to be trapped as they are too wild to be handled.
Working with other cat welfare organisations, the RSPCA Bristol Animal Clinic operates a neuter and release program for feral cats.
If you need advice on helping feral cats in the Bristol area, call the RSPCA Bristol Animal Clinic on 0117 9724567
To read our full policy on feral cats, click on the download to the left.
We are marking this year’s World Spay Day by offering super discounted neutering for local cats and dogs throughout the month of March, for eligible pet owners on benefits and low incomes.
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