At Gaitway Farm in New Jersey, there’s a small army of feral cats. Animal lovers don’t want to catch these cats and put them in shelters since they’re not used to humans and won’t make good pets. That’s why Marion Sumpf and Liz Horvath just feed these feral cats instead.

The two ladies drive up everyday to put food out. The cats have now associated the sound of their car’s engine with food so they come rushing out to eat whenever the two cat ladies appear.

“We’ve been doing it just because somebody needs to do it,” Sumpf said. “There’s always the people that say, ‘Phooey on them, just drown them or whatever.’ That’s just normal, sadly. But they don’t go a day without getting fed. They get canned food and dry cat food every day.”

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