We offer feral cat removal to all of Livingston County. A feral cat will be identical to a common house cat in appearance. The difference is that a feral cat has been born and raised in the wild. This can make them a most unwanted pest. They will be carrying disease that they can pass to your house cat. They are very aggressive if cornered so we do not recommend you try to trap or catch them your self. We also want to warn against feeding them. You may see them as cats but if they have been raised in the wild it is really no different then feeding a raccoon or other wild animal. It will only result in them becoming more comfortable being around you and encroaching upon your property and home even more. Being wild animals they can bite and scratch if given the opportunity. You will be quickly overrun with feral cats if you feed them. We have been to businesses where someone was feeding them and they had 30-40 cats that were constantly around the building because of it. It is not a good situation.
Feral cat removal is accomplished through live trapping. We will trap all feral cats on the premises and work with Livingston County Animal Control on how they are handled. In some rare situations they are able to socialize kittens born in the wild to be family pets but most often they are not adoptable. We can take care of any size feral cat removal job. Contact us today.
Feral cat removal services are offered in the following cities in Livingston County, Michigan: Brighton, Fleming, Fowlerville, Hartland, Howell, Pinckney, Whitmore Lake, and all other surrounding areas.