Feral Cats are cats that were once, but are no longer domesticated or were born wild. They are no longer or never were properly socialized to humans. Feral Cats are usually not completely wild because they often depend on some type of coexistence with humans. They can be found scrounging behind restaurants, in garbage cans or dumpsters. Often, they are fed by people but do not receive any other care or socialization that is required for Domestic Cats. They live under decks, sheds or abandoned structures. However you describe these wild or semi-wild Cats, we can help you.
Feral Cats carry diseases and harbor parasites. These parasites are transfered to domestic animals or carried into your home by pets and people. We have seen children's sandboxes contaminated and flower beds used as toilets. Their urine is concentrated and foul smelling. They will spray the sides of structures and cars. Their loud fighting and mating vocalizations are annoying and cause loss of sleep. Feral Cats will kill many song birds and other native species, leaving the carcasses strewn about your property. Along with their dead prey and the flies that accompany them, there are usually dead cats as well.
Without proper control measures, Feral Cat Colonies can become very large. The above mentioned problems then become dramatically compounded. Our Customers know exactly what we're talking about. A small Colony can become a big problem in a relatively short amount of time.
If you have a Feral Cat problem, you are not alone. This is an ever increasing problem Nation and World wide. Dengo Wildlife Control will Inspect your property and initiate a Program to Trap and Remove Feral Cats.
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Dengo Wildlife Control acknowledges that Feral Cat Control is a sensitive issue and will conduct your Program in a discreet and professional manner. Please give us a call.