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    LelahCihon asked a questionBone Cancer

    Where I can get free food sample online for fed a stray cat?

    • DanicaMcnelly's Avatar

      What's the long term plan? I think your heart is in the right place but the logistics aren't. Is the cat friendly? If so, s/he would probably be better in a real home, getting a consistent diet and medical attention as needed. It can be really harsh outside.. There are cars, poisonous substances, dogs, people with their hearts in the wrong places, parasites such as worms, fleas, ticks, contagious illnesses, etc.

      If she is completely feral, as in, she has no hope of ever coming close to a human, no matter how long you've been feeding her, then you may be able to get help from a trap/neuter/return program. They may be able to help spay her and provide food. Otherwise Special Kitty can be had for as little as $3.37 for a few pounds from Wal-mart. Feed her some bland scraps of meat until you can get to a store. Unfortunately the samples are small and you are only likely to get one per company. If you get 15 companies to send a free sample, you will have perhaps 2 or 3 weeks of food. Then what? Plus randomly changing the cat's diet every day can be hard on their stomach. I'm not trying to discourage you, just encouraging you to think outside of the box. You will get more information in here about free samples.Good luck!

      about 9 years ago
    • Carol-Charlie's Avatar

      Try to locate any Feral cat rescue organizations. They may trap the cat and provide spay/neuter. I know some rescues will talke the time to work with the cat to socialize it enough for adoption. Check ALLEY CAT Rescue on line for more suggestions. Good luck and God Bless you. My two cats got me through my two years of chemo with the purring and love.

      about 9 years ago
    • Jay's Avatar

      You should either have the cat spayed or neutered first if your going to feed it or you are just creating more problems. Thousands of cats are killed in shelters because irresponsible people do not spay or neuter their animals. If you can't afford to feed the cat or have it fixed find a no kill shelter that will take care of it and find someone to take care of it. I don't mean to be a "meanie" but as former adoptions coordinator of the Humane Society of Tucson, AZ. I know what happens. If you don't believe me go to a Humane Society website and get yourself educated please

      about 9 years ago
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