Feral Cat Removal Services
What is a feral cat? A feral cat is just another name for an alley cat, one that has never been domesticated or lived in a cozy home. They roam the streets, scavenging in garbage cans for any food they can find. A feral cat’s behavior is significantly different from your typical domestic cat. Feral cats can be particularly aggressive and we advise that you do not approach a feral cat. Annoying behaviors, such as urinating and defecating in your yard or garden, digging in your yard or garden, jumping on your car and upsetting your own cat, are the greatest concerns that the general public has about outdoor cats.
- Cat trapping can be especially dangerous with a feral cat and should only be done by professionals.
- Ringworm, rabies, and other bacterial infections are commonly found in feral cats and can be passed onto you, your family or your pets.
Overpopulation is a serious concern, as well. In the United States, approximately 2% of the 30 to 40 million feral cats have been spayed or neutered. These cats produce around 80% of the kittens born in the U.S. every year. It’s important to do what we can to spay and neuter stray pets.
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We are professional feral cat trappers
We do not recommend you try to corner or trap these feral cats on your own. Our professionals are trained and licensed to remove feral cats in a safe and humane way. Feral cats like to make their homes under your home or porch and often end up having their kittens there as well! We’ll humanely remove the cats, disinfect and clean the area and install exclusion materials to prevent the cats from coming back. After we remove the feral cats, we take them to a local shelter to be spayed or neutered and domesticated so they can go home with a loving family. With over 20 years of experience,
All City Animal Trapping can handle your feral cat removal in the Los Angeles area. We have offices all over the Los Angeles area and can usually address your problem the same day, within hours of your phone call. Our trained professionals handle each situation with the utmost safety and care. Call us today to take control of your cat problem.