SoCal Wildlife Center Makes Habitat For Feral Cats
Thursday, November 5, 2009
Fifty-four feral cats captured on San Nicholas Island are settling in at a wildlife center northeast of San Diego.
The Navy decided to remove the cats from San Nicholas, one oftwo Channel Islands owned by the Navy, to help nesting seabirds. The felines are now living at the Fund for Animals Wildlife Center.
Feral cats are usually euthanized, but the habitat was agreed upon by the Navy, Humane Society of the United States, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and California Department of Fish and Game.
The Web site DoGreatGood.com donated more than $100,000 to build a habitat at the center.
Most of the cats are unadoptable because they are so wild, but 18 kittens may find homes.
Trapping started in June and will continue until February.
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