Taming Reverted Feral Cats

Taming Feral Cats and Kittens

Reverted Feral Cat Socialization

A reverted domestic is the easiest cat to socialize (provided it has relatively positive experiences with humans and has not been abandoned to the streets for too many years.)

Once again, the same techniques that you use in socializing a feral/semi-feral cat can initially be used to help a reverted-feral return to a domesticated state.

  1. Display non-aggressive body language
  2. Move and speak slowly
  3. Offer tasty treats
  4. Allow the cat to direct your rate of progress
  5. Be willing to change your socialization goals

Additional Socialization Tips

A radio played low on an easy listening station will help the cat become familiar with human voices - both male and female.

A television with the sound turned low will accustom the cat to the sights and sounds of this box that is usually found in any home a cat could be placed in.

  1. Total Ferals
  2. Semi Ferals
  3. Reverted Ferals
  4. Foster Kittens

All Feral Cat Pages

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  1. What is a feral cat?
  2. Spay/Neuter Clinic for feral cats
  3. How to care for a colony
  4. Being a Colony Caretaker (YouTube video)
  5. How to trap humanely
  6. Humane Trap Sources
  7. How to relocate feral cats
  8. The Right Spot
  9. Screening
  10. Preparation
  11. Trapping for Relocation
  12. Follow Up
  13. How to tame feral cats
  14. Total Ferals
  15. Semi Ferals
  16. Reverted Ferals
  17. Foster Kittens
  18. Colony Caretaker's Thoughts
  19. Cats vs. Birds Controversy