I often have people ask me where to find a good cat. They then inform me they don’t want a “feral” cat. It’s true some “feral” cats are indeed feral, they don’t want to be inside or touched or hang out with you. But if some of them do. Just give them a chance. This cat lived behind a gas station down the road from us for at least 5 years. She was outside, alone. She had kittens and was trapped by the Feral Feline Friends of East Tennessee and spayed. They had to return her, since they did not have a home for her. The owners of the gas station started to complain and threatened to call the shelter and have her removed by animal control. My husband had been feeding her a little and thought she was pretty friendly. We took her, planning to keep her outside. But it didn’t take long for me to realize this girl was ready to be a part of a family. She has lived with us for several years now. She does fine with our other cats and she loves attention. Here is a video of her begging for pets.