One of the things that humans who care for felines must do is arrange for care should something happen. It would be very bad, for example, if something were to happen to my human since I am a diabetic cat. I would need someone to care for me who is willing to give my my twice daily shots. It would be tough to find a human like that.
If this is not done, sometimes, bad things can happen. This is what is going on in Austin, Texas. A kind human who was caring for a colony of around 25 cats left us, and he did not have a will. His property is now in probate, and the orphan cats who he was caring for need a home.
His heirs are not as kind as he is, and do not want the felines on the property. The good news is that some members of the Orphan Cat Colony have found a home, which means they are safe. However, there are still 19 cats who need a home.
Making the adoption of these orphan cats more challenging is their distinct purrsonalities. Some of them are very friendly towards you two legged creatures. Others are wary initially, but come around as they get to know you. And some are pretty much feral.
This means that a lot of different homes will be needed for these orphan cats. The ones who are more friendly toward humans can go to an indoor home. Some of the ones who are wary but come around can probably do the same. But the feral ones will be the biggest challenge, because they will need a home where the humans understand they may not want much human interaction other than nomming.
All of the orphan cats have been fixed and they were cared for, but some of them need to visit the humans in white coats. You can help by sharing the news of this orphan cat colony. And if you have some green paper things to send to them, those will be used to give noms to this colony as well as send them to the humans in white coats.
I am hopeful that all of the remaining members of this orphan cat colony will find the loving homes they deserve.