posted on Apr, 14 2012 @ 09:47 PM
Well congratulations mama
I had the same thing happen with me at my place. I basically adopted 3 of them and gave away 2. I went ahead and paid to have them 'fixed' and get
their shots, The vet gave me a discount and praised me for my efforts. The cost for all 3 was 80 dollars total. They clip the female's ear too, so
that it is known they have been neutered.
I kept them all outside, for I wanted them to remain somewhat wildish. I live out in the sticks, with just a few neighbors. I fed them until summer
then they went out on their own, coming back a few times, but able to fend for themselves. Now 1 of them still shows up each fall, and I feed her and
built a small shelter outside for her. She hangs out until spring and then just shows up sporadically, but is basically self sufficient. That is,
unless she is getting fed by the neighbors.
Anyways, it seems to be a good balance, but it is
the country too.
Enjoy the pleasure...
edit on 14-4-2012 by speculativeoptimist because: (no reason given)