They're fiesty and frisky -- they're feral cats.
Wild in nature, but still in search of love from people like Jane Jerram. "I can't see letting these cats go hungry," she told Probelm Solver Mika Highsmith in this Call 11 for Action Update.
Jane does what she can, but Carol Dunn says the ultimate rescue is to spay or neuter. Carol turned to Call 11 for Action for help.
With the assistance of Planned Pethood, the Humane Society and Humane Ohio, help is on the way. The plan is to trap then nueter and return the cats so they can't reproduce.
Jane agrees with this approach. "I bless you. I think this is the greatest thing to happen."
But with so many on the prowl, it's just the beginning. It's up to all of us to step in before it's to late. Carol explains, "Now is the time when female cats are going in heat. If we don't get them fixed, we're going to have more."