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The Feral Cat Rescue project is a one-person documentary about rescuing and rehabilitating feral cats. I've tamed and found homes for dozens of kitties, but the work never ends, so I take pictures of cats. My philosophy is, if they can't go to homes, at least we will try to make sure that someone in the world knows that they are alive; that they have their own meaning and existence.
February doesn't get much more sun than January in this part of the world, but we lucked out one day. This muted tortie cat was kind enough to pose for us, so she is our Cat of the Month for February!
The above wallpaper is at a ratio for HD-type 16x9 screens. Click on the image for full size, and then right-click to save to your computer. For other ratios like MacBook and Surface (both 16x10) check out the varieties below. One of them will fit your computer! There's also a mobile version for your phone or tablet, although it lacks the calendar feature.
This is a new link system so if you have any problems please let me know... Spread the joy of cats around! Share this month and enjoy our beautiful kitties. Just remember the download link will expire before the end of the month - so don't miss out!
Thank you so much for sharing and supporting these beautiful feral cats. Because of you, good things happen.
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Mort is a gorgeous and sweet harlequin boy who is getting toward middle aged at this point. Rescued as a very sick feral kitten, for whatever reason he never found a home of his own so he's here with us, and he helps....
Mort is very attentive to rescue kittens, and he helps tame and socialize them. He hunts mice for other feral cats, and he protects small cats from bullies. Mort is a feral cat ANGEL. And we love him.
The slightly larger sister of Dot from a few days ago, Katniss is very affectionate but suffers from terrible flea allergies. I try to keep up with her but she would be so much better off with a home of her own.