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Catching feral cats to tame.

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Hey /an/ I'm thinking about catching a stray cat rather than go to the pound cause of price, so I have a few questions. Is it true that you can tame a feral cat if you put them in a burrito? Is it a good sign that the tip of it's ear is missing? What questions would you ask, if you were me that is?
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The price you're going to spend on the vet bills for a feral cat are going to be a shit ton more than the adoption fee.

But sure. Pick up a cat with a tipped ear for convenience. You'll still be paying for the worms, fleas, vaccinations (assuming it doesn't already have a fatal disease) and any injuries it has.

Even after it's tamed it's still going have behaviour problems, most likely spraying and shitting all over the place.
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If it has the tip of its ear cut that means it's vaccinated with the basics and/or defertilized.
If you take a cat from the street it's not necessarily feral. Many cats are dumped when they grow up and aren't a cute little kitten anymore, when the owners take a long vacation and don't have anyone to care for them, or whatever. Never heard of the burrito thing, and I'm sure it'll be hard to get them in.
Also, cats in pet shops are relatively well off, they're not going to starve or get run over or something. In my opinion taking a cat from the street is morally better, but desu who the fuck cares.
Image related, it's my first cat
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>>2475406
These cats live right by a walmart, in the bushes. I doubt they have a home.
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>>2475371
Don't get a cat if you can afford to take care of it. Cat food costs s lot of money, not to mention vet bills and any toys you buy them. Shelter cats are extremely cheap, sometimes they even have events going on where they're giving away cats. I got mine for $10
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