Oh yeah they're all very friendly and not mean at all. We had a feral colony in our town-it moved to our backyard- that we cared for and they did great. We used to have to be careful opening the doors because they would try to come in the house. They were even great with our dogs except when one of the females hid a litter in our yard she was very touchy about the dogs otherwise they'd be rubbing up on the dogs and on us.
If you take the time to gain a feral's trust I think you'd be surprised how strong the bond and trust is.
This is my huge orange "Fluff" ball. him and his sister were part of a litter that our feral "Momma" brought to us when they got very bad eye infections and her milk dried up. They were three and a half weeks old eyes caked with puss. Fluff's eyes actually were sealed shut with the puss and he bit through my mother's finger when she picked him up because he was scared and blind. Now he never uses his claws except on the bath tub he likes the smooth feeling.
He also has a heart on his right front foot. I always say he wears his heart on his sleeve.
Wow that's amazing! I never knew ferals could be so friendly! And they weren't abandoned pets ? Wow i wanna befriend a feral now lol
Wow Fluff is adorable!! We used to have an orange one named fluffy tiger (we couldn't decide, i think i wantef fluffy) but i think he was all orange or.mostly and a darker orange. We didn't have him long at all though, I don't even know it counts, he was Mittens brother and Mittens was kinda mean sometimes I think and.one day chased him awsy from his food and.off for good we assume he was stolen by neighbors or eaten by a coyote