Cat person

Heather Baxter cares for backyard cat colony with help of caT-rESCUE-maRITIMES.

The Grand Bay-Westfield resident first noticed cats on her property six years ago when a litter of kittens poked their heads out of her woodshed.

At the time, the kittens had lived between six and eight weeks without human contact, making them feral cats.

“We never really thought much of it in the neighbourhood. It was cute to watch them play over there and there’s only two houses on my street, so you didn’t have to worry about them too much. Six years later there were from 30 to 50 cats,” she said.

“That’s a lot. And it would have been a lot more.”

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