Sheena volunteers care a lot about the quality of life in feral and free-roaming cat colonies. There have always been local volunteers who enjoy providing them with safe havens where food, water, and shelter are available. These colonies do much better when their populations are stabilized through trap/neuter/return, and we frequently partner with local colony managers to make affordable surgery available to their feline friends. Those of us who manage our own feral colonies find their societies endlessly interesting.
To introduce you to daily life in a typical feral cat colony, we are providing a link to the work of Jack Carter, who has observed and written about such a colony over a long period. Follow the link below - and enjoy!