In central Texas, the winter weather seemed to come in screaming this year when outside temps dropped nearly 20 degrees overnight!
Fortunately, southerners are used to a quickly changing temperatures this time of the year. However, our feline friends may not be so adept at dealing with significant and rapid weather changes.
Community cats are unowned cats who live outdoors- typically in colonies. Often, they are feral and have had little to no human contact. They also might have been owned at some point, but have either been abandoned or lost and have adapted to living outside. Check out our previous post on these guys!
Just because these cats are unowned, doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be cared for. We’re listing the top things you can do to keep community cats safe all winter long.
Be sure to check out how to build a community cat shelter here if you want to keep cats extra safe!