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NYC Feral Cat Initiative

Our first campaign starts off in NYC. It’s my hometown, and where two of my kitties are from. It’s one of the most densely populated cities in the world, and that goes for the feral kitty population, too.

100% of your donations will go to NYC Feral Cat Initiative. The NYC Feral Cat Initiative program provides TNR Caretaker Training Workshops in all five boroughs, hands-on assistance at TNR projects in all boroughs, and provides rescuers with much needed transportation and equipment. They also work to educate the public, which is such an important part of TNR efforts.

Please note that this campaign will last until we run out of teal cats. After that we will recharge our kitties, and start a new campaign for an organization in a whole new city. But you can always visit the NYC Feral Cat Initiative to make a donation or volunteer. Perhaps you’d like to become a TNR rescuer yourself!

7 Responses to “NYC Feral Cat Initiative”
  1. Anna @ D16 says:

    So awesome. Thank you for organizing such an awesome campaign!!

  2. Querencia says:

    You’ve made my day better by hearing about this and you’re making the world a better place. I’m thankful the world has not only wonderfuly creative people in it but wonderfully creative people with huge, kind, compassionate hearts. I have no doubt your project will be hugely successful. Incredibly grateful to all of the people involved in this project for raising not only money but awareness of the best way of managing and caring for feral cats and any future groups you work with.

  3. We’ll “Like” and share on FB. One of our team members is a feral cat who lives in Westchester. Please contact us if you’d like cat photos or photo editing.

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