Did you know this was a sign of a feral cat? Some organizations capture, spay and neuter and then release feral cats back to the wild. And while this does tremendously help unwanted population in feline control, you could still be subject to the cons of those on the wild side. Feral cats, rats, possums and host of others can spread disease through feces, bites and parasites. These diseases can then transfer from wild to domestic pets and in some cases from animal to human. There are many procedures you can implement to help safeguard your environment and keep you and your pets safe. Taking Pet First Aid & CPR can help you to become more proactive in your pets health in areas you may have not considered as a part of your pets health!