Question: Take her to the no-kill shelter?
Total Votes: 88
Our next door neighbor has an outdoor cat. It's out all day no matter the weather and all night. It's let in the house maybe an hour a day.
This winter has been pretty brutal and it's not letting up anytime soon. We're getting between 8-10 inches tomorrow almost for sure, again which isn't very common.
So this cat is probably 5-6 years old, a female. It screams on their porch all day. It screams to come it because she is freezing, you can see her shaking. We can hear her at night when we're going to sleep crying out there. I brought her in my house a few times when it got really bad out but she doesn't like our kids or animals. We put blankets out for her etc. Basically everything you can think of. I have called animal control and asked them to come get her and they said no.
I want to literally take her in, they would take her no problem as a stray. The problem is she is a fully black cat and statistics show that black cats are less likely to be adopted. I just can't stand seeing her so cold.
I can not take her because of my animals. If you are near Charlottesville Va and want her I will bring her to you.