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This kind woman was feeding all of the stray and feral cats in her backyard when she noticed something moving behind a trash bin. To her surprise, she discovered a kitten hiding beneath the trash. He was so scared and afraid of humans that he would swipe at her every time she came near.

“This might be the spiciest kitten I’ve ever rescued,” said Cass Perch.

@cass.perch This might be the spiciest kitten i’ve ever rescued 🌶👊💥🖕 #FilmTeyvatIslands #catsoftiktok #kittens #kitten #rescue #spicykitten ♬ original sound – Cass Perch

After a couple of failed attempts, his rescuer was able to lift him out from under the trash bin and bring him inside to safety. Although he took a while to warm up, he is so grateful to have food and a warm place to sleep.

“I do my best to TNR out of my own pocket but this area is a dumping ground for animals. I’m only one person and can only do so much,” said his rescuer.

Because this rescuer has already welcomed many strays into their home, he will find a new loving, forever home.

@cass.perch If you want more updates please follow @_…church…_ #ReTokforNature #PostitAffirmations #spicykitten #kittensoftiktok #feral #foster #foreverhome ♬ All I Want Is You – Barry Louis Polisar

No matter where you live, there’s a good chance that you’re familiar with a few cats that wander around your neighborhood; maybe you’ve even tried to help them. They’re timid and not quite up to being petted, but they always return to those who extend them a friendly gesture. They’re the feral cats of the world. To prevent unwanted litters, TNR programs can be an effective tool in managing the number of cats in colonies.

“TNR” stands for “Trap, Neuter, Release,” and it’s exactly what it sounds like. It’s the process of humanely trapping feral cats, neutering (or spaying) them, and then releasing them back into their colonies where they were originally trapped.

If you know of a feral cat colony that could benefit from a TNR program – or if you’d like to volunteer to help feral cats – you can track down a TNR program by contacting your local animal shelter.

@cass.perch Pt.3 Church the spicest kitten (also I may get banned i got a notification informing me my account has been mass reported every video keeps getting removed) #ShowUrGrillSkillz #FilmTeyvatIslands #kittensoftiktok #feral #rescue #spicykitten ♬ original sound – Cass Perch

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